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By MICHAEL H. BABICZ 
Staff Reporter 



.Hot and humid dog days of 
summer, k coupled with a period of 
heavy thunderstorms, failed to keep 
the annual Taste of Ahdoch/Maxwell 
StreetiDays Celebration from being 
anything less? than successful. 

"It was very "successful despite the 
heat," commented a pleased Barbara 
Porch, president of Antioch Chamber 
of Commerce and Industry, which 
sponsors the event 

"Overall, the merchants which 
I've talked with have been very 
pleased with their sales, especially 
since the heahvas so overwhelming," 
Porch explained. "Anytime we can 
create an activity to bring people to 
Antioch, It's successful,- The whole 
goal for Chamber events is to give 
people another reason to" come to 
Antioch." 

Although the massive shoulder to 
shoulder crowds were not evident as^' 
in some past years, the' thousands of 
celebration goers attended on a more- 
-<*.*teady ^Jlqw ^which- created a 
some\vhafmore relaxed atmosphere. 
"In the'.evenlng, the Taste tents' 
were still full, but you didn't have the 
; influx of heavy crowds where people . 



were constantly bumping into one 
another," observed Porch. "From all 
of the comments I've received from 
the Taste businesses, it was one of the 
most smoothly run Tastes we've ever 
had." - 

Porch credits her Chamber 1st 
vice president,- Dede : Palmer, who 
served as Taste chairperson, with 
doing "an outstanding job coordinat- 
ing" that portion of the weekend. 

"Dede was there hours before it 
opened in the morning and hours, 
after it closed each day," Porch noted. 
Antioch village workers were 
credited by Porch, a village trustee, 
with being "extremely supportive and 
helpful" from the pre-weekend 
setting up through daily maintenance 
and closing tear dowiv 
. From Mayor Marilyn Shineflug 
down through Claude LeMere, 
community development director, 
Wally Henning of the village public 
works department, along with Police 
Chief Charlie Waudns and ihe depart- 
ment officers as well as Antioch 
-Rescue an&Fiie Department person- 
nel each played a part 

^•Porcrr&aw the event as a total 
team effort and coming togeUier of all 
facets of the community to have an 
enjoyable weekend. 




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Julia Nolan of Antioch dances with_ber daughter . 
Goedett, 5, during tbo^fjpal Taste of Antioch . on 
Saturday.— rPhoto by 





-Lynn 
treet 




A 26-year-old man and a teenage 

female juvenile have been charged 

with a felony in connection with 

vandalism done at William E. Brook 

. Memorial Wetland Sanctuary. 

The two individuals, Robert 
Brundage of Antioch and the teenag- 
er, were^arrested July.23 following a 
tip from an Antioch downtown 
business employee. ' 

The pair was allegedly observed 
with a metal bar attempting to pry 
up boards on the walkway. 

Previous reports, dating back to. 
July 18, cited trespassing signs had 



been removed from their pos^s and 
tossed into the wetlands. After those 
signs were replaced, according to 
Antioch police, the entire sign post 
and sign were dug out and tossed 
into the water. 

• The two have been charged with 
criminal damage, to state supported 
property, a felony, and theft 

"The sanctuary is something the 
community has gotten behind with 
dollars and volunteer time," 
explained Antioch Police Chief 
Charlie Watkins.— by Michael H. 
Babicz 



By MICHAEL H. BABICZ 
Staff Reporter 



hole in one at the ninth hole, which 
also failed to be accomplished, 
-jhe lu^ch provided by Century 
Golf scores may not have been 21 Leech of Iindenhurst and Crich- 
great, biit all proved winners as the tori Rentals of Antioch, and beverage 
4th Annual Sequoit Pride Golf Outing sponsors Coca Cola and Dlemef 
proved a great success. Plumbing, along with the awards 

Over $13,000 was raised through .dinner following, were both weU 
the 125 participating golfers, school received, 
administrators, 




teachers, commu- 
nity leaders, 
business ~ people 
and : friends of 
Antioch Communi-; 
ty High School 
(ACHS), along with 
nearly 40 raffle 
donors. 

"The partici- 
pating golfers 
enjoyed a day of 
summer sun, 
camaraderie and exciting golf," said 
Miml Denoma, Pride committee 



'The support from Hie 
, tee, hole, cart and food 
sponsors, plus the golfers. Management, Inc. 



Sequoit Pride 
thanks- the follow- 
ing: Cardinal Tee 
Sponsors: ■: Arbot 



A lot more than literary novels 
and .reference books are available In 
libraries of today. 

Area residents are invited to find 
out some of the new and unique 
offerings at the Book Extravaganza 
for Antioch Public Library District 

The library district is taking the 
week of Sunday, August 1 through 
Saturday, August7, to hold a "celebra- 
tion" of new materials available, 

officials i are extending "a 
thank you to the community for its 
recent support" in addition ' to 
showing $50,000 of new offerings. 

The. week begins with an open 
house from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday, 
August 1. Included wfll be a string 
quartet playing classical and 
baroque music, Pockets and Pals 
clowns doing face painting and 
creating balloon characters, office 
tours and self-guided ait tours. 

: Monday, . August 2 features 
Murphy's Paw Puppets from 2-3 
p.m. and Small Potatoes guitar and 
folk music from 7-8 pan. 

Tuesday, • August 3 will have 
Dinosaur Discoveries at 2 'pm. with 
- "Love Your SU^jredecOTstfaig by 

Laura D'Argo at 7 p.ml D'Argo plans 
to help guests find "new beauty" In 
the ^things ; which they already, 
treasure. People attending aire asked 
to bring "a treasured item* to share 
with the group. 

Educator Pat SmJertka offers a 7 
pj7i.'pr6gram Wednesday; August 4 
to assist home school educators in 
developing a. curriculum plan for 
theirstudents. 

The Antioch Coin Club is 
sponsoring a talk on the hobby of 
coin collecting at 7 p.m. on Thurs- 
day, August 5. Attendees will receive 
a free buffalo nickel. 

A walk-in craft show is planned 
from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on Friday, 
August 6, and 1-3 p.m. Saturday, 
August 7.—by'Midtael H. Babicz 




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Education Associa- 
tion, Lyons-Ryan 
Ford, State Bank of 
the Lakes, Modem 
Home Products 
Corporation, ',; Rose 
Packing Company, 
Robert E Frank Real Estate, Inc., First 
National Bank-Employee . Owned, 





member, of the event held at Antioch ACHS Board of Education; Hodges, 

Golf Club. "The support from the tee, Loizzi, Eisenhammer, Rodick _& 

hole, cart and food sponsors, plus the Konn; State Rep. Tim Osmond, WFF 

golfers, resulted in a very successful Management Services, OWP&P 

event We can't thank • them Architects, Carey Electric, Tnfab 

enoU gh " Steel, Century 21-Leech,. All-West 

Funds raised will be used during Plasties^ Delany msurance, Frank 

the 1999-2000 school year for various Cooney Company, Inc. and Ander- 

ACHS enrichment programs as son Tile & Carpet / 

Sequoit Pride continues to assist in Gray Hole Sponsors: .Lyons-Ryan 



Bearing gifts 

Chris Lelnhardt* accepts bears on behalf of the Antioch Fire 

: Department from Antioch' VFW Ladies Auxiliary President Carolyn 

Grate. The bears are used to comfort children after accidents.— 

Photo by Candace H. Johnson 



providing additional funding for the 
programs. 

No "hole in. ones" were scored, 
despite Travel by Design of Antioch 



Ford, Raymond Cheyy/Oldsmobile, 

Lakeland Community Bank, Air Con, 

Refrigeration & Heating, Inc., Health: 

Plan Management, Inc., William Blair i 



In cooperation with Sandals Resorts & Company, Tom Haley Communi. 

offering a three-night stay for two at cations, J. MaW Construction 

Sandals for an ace oh thelBth hole. Company, Signature Flooring, 

Raymond Chevrolet/OldsmobUe — , M , 

offered a one-year lease of a car for a Please see PRIDE / A4 



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No right turn lane. That is the 
word from Illinois "Department of 
Transportation (IDOI) officials; 

Their response came following 
residents voicing" concerns to 
Lakeland Newspapers regarding 
continued congestion, especially 
northbound on Route 59 at Grass 
Lake Road. 

"It wasn't warranted, based on 
the volumes of traffic," said Cather- 
ine Kibble,, ,"ID0T ; project : studies 
manager. "We, ran a computer 
program on the results of the traffic 
study.: and it came up with accept- 
able levels of service based upon the 
improvements which were made." 

Federal safety funds were 'used, 
based upon the determined need for 
the installation of left turn lanes, 
explained Kibble. 

1 The Grass Lake Road eastbound 
: right turn lane to go south on Route 
59 was requested/and funded, by the 
Lake County Department, of Trans- 
portation, according to Kibble;— by 
Michael H. Babicz \ 








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July 30, 1999 



COMMUNITY 



Lakeland Newspapers/ A3 




By MICHAEL H. BABICZ 
Staff Reporter 



While one season draws Its clos- 
ing curtain, another is already in the 
works for the P.M.&L Theatre "Live! 
On Main Street," 

Lie, Cheat and Genuflect, by 
William Van Zandt and Jane Mil- 
more; opens its final Season 38 show 
Friday through Sunday, July 30-Au- 
gustl. 

Performances continue week- 
ends August 6-8/ and 13-15. Show 
times are 8 p.m. Fridays and Satur- 
days, 2:30 p.m. matinees on Sun- 
days. 

For reservations, call 395-3055 or 
stop at the box office. Box office 
hours are Monday-Thursday, 5:30- 
7:30 p.m.; and 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Satur- 
day. The boxoffice opens 90 minutes 
prior to performance curtains. 

Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for 
students and seniors. Season tickets 
including all six shows are $50, adults 
and $40, seniors and students. 

Auditions for the first Season 39 
play Broadway Bound, a comedy by 
Neil Simon, will be held at 7:30 p.m. 
Sunday and Monday, August 1-2, at 
the Theatre, 877 Main Street, in An- 
tioch. 

- Cast members of four men and , 
two women are needed. The play will 
be performed weekends running 
Sept. 24 through Oct. 10. 



Persons interested In working 
backstage or on the technical crew 
are invited to attend an audition. 

Mickey Mandel of 'Antloch will 
serve as director. 

"Lie, Cheat and Genuflect" is 
considered "a fast moving, hilarious 
farce" directed by Island Lake's Peter 
Pintozzi. The cast includes several 
newcomers to P.M.&L 

"They perform as a close knit 
team," according to Pintozzi/ 

Cast members include Bruce 
Weise of Richmond and . Tom 
Gorham of Lake Zurich -playing 
Buckle brothers, Billy and Tom, re- 
spectively. 

Antioch's Fran Jansta is "a stuffy 
lawyer." Lindenhurst's Dianne 
Hosken Is "the man crazy, inebriat-' 
ed housekeeper." Richmond's 
Maragh Qulnlan, Grayslake's Gina 
McPherson and Wonder- Lake's" 
Natasha' Baumgardner are three 
"beautiful dolls." Lake Villa's Terry 
O'Brien is the ^mobster Pizza Face 
Petrillo." Zion's Philip Jaeger is also 
in the cast. 

"The combination is a recipe for 
a laugh packed farce of twistsy turns, 
puns and pratfalls," said- Betty 
Smouse, P.M.&L's public relations 
director. "We invite the fun loving 
theatre, goers to spend a frivolous, 
laugh filled evening." 

For information, phone 395- 
3055. 








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The deadline for purchasing 
Bricks ForBill Brook Memorial Walk- 
way Is Saturday, July 3 1 . 

The walkwill run from Orchard" 
and Skidmore Streets through the - 
wetlandarea. 

■=«i Ordersjnust,be,.£Ubmitted no 
later than i July 31." Bricks range in size 
from 4" X 8" for $50 to 20" x 20" for 
$500. An additional charge of $75 is 
added for a logo. Color is also a pos- 
sibility. 



"If you want to get one for a 
loved one.-your company, a retir- 
ing emplqyqe.^dqnU ^wasjte any _ 
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Axton at First National Bank-Em- 
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the bank's Antloch location, 485 
Main Street— by Michael H. Babicz 




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Eagle members fly to Ravinia concert 



By MICHAEL H. BABICZ 
StaffReporter 



Eagle 50 -Travelers Club will 
have the opportunity to take in the 
great music of Victor Borge Friday, 
July 30 at Ravinia in Highland 
Park. 

. The group, a new discounted 
travel program conducted through 
First National Bank-Employee 
Owned of Antioch and Gurnee, is 
offeringjyaridus discounted travel 
and entertainment opportunities 
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through being members of the 
Bank's Eagle 50 arid Eagle 50-plus 
checking accounts. 

Club members and a limit of 
one guest per individual will leave 
the Antioch bank parking lot at 3 
p.m., embarking on the trip which 
includes a pre- show lecture and 
dinner at Timbers Restaurantpri- 
or to the concert. 

Borge. is celebrating his 90th 

: birthday with his concert tour this 

season. Doing double duty, Borge 

will be playing piano and con- 




ducting the orchestra. Audience 
' members will have the pleasure of 
seeing why Borge is dubbed; 
■„ "clown prince of Denmark" as he 
interjects his wit and humor 
throughout the evening's perfor- 
mance. 

Price of the tour including the 
concert, pre show activities and 
dlriner'along witK deluxe motor- 
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Taste over, 






The Chris tian Life Fellowship 
is presenting a free 
Child/Youth Health Fair 
from 10 am. until 6 p.m. 
Saturday, August 7 at the church at 
141625 N. Deep like Road, 1/4 mile 
north of Route 173, in Antioch. 
Several presentations are 
planned including: 10 am. Dr. Paul 
Lederer on general preveritive : de- 
velopmental optometry; .1 1:30 . 
Kathy Souhrada "The Wonder of . 
Life;" noon Susan Tracy "Including 
children in our lives;" 1 p.m. Kim- 
berly Lurvey from New Life CUnic; 2 
p.m. Jan Johnson, Herbal Life nutri- 
tionist; and 3 p.m. Dr. Mayer Elsen- 
stein, Home First Family Practice. 
Activities include life Source 
Blood Drive, Dino the Jump-a- 
saurus, face painting, bicycle safety, 
■youth food booth, teddy bear clinic 
plus displays of a ambulance from 
Antioch Rescue, Antloch Fire De- 
partment truck and race cars from 
Wilmot Speedway. 

It's all free. Plan now to attend. 
Thanks goes out to Larry Han- 
son of B.J.'s Fashions for Men in 
downtown Antioch*. Through Lar- 



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TOWN 



Michael K Babicz 



ry's assistance, I was outfitted in my 
special "duds" for Wilmot Speed- 
way's "King of Wisconsin" sprint 
challenge. Sorry about the clay 
mud on the pants, Larry. 

Speaking of Wilmot Speedway, 
belated happy birthday greetings to 
current promoter Andy Calm of An- 
tioch and retired former promoter 

I and past Antioch mayor, Ray Toft 
Ironically, both of their birthdays 
are on the same day, July 19, but 
just a few years apart. 

Holy Name of Jesus Catholic 
Parish on Wilmot Road at High : 
ways B & C is holding a huge rum- 
mage sale from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Satur- 
day, July 31. It's been 20 years since 
they held their last one, so parish- 
ioners have had a long time to accu- 
mulate lots of good "stuff' that will 



be available. Any questions, call 
414-862-2361. 

Antloch Public Dbrary is hosting 
'-: its Book Extravaganza week Sunday 
through Saturday, August 1 through 
7. Chedc out the article elsewhere in 
The Antic^ News arid plan to attend 
i at least one,'ifnot all, of the events 
geared for me entire family. Ques- 
tions, call Mrs. LaBuda 395-0874. ; 
PM&L Theatre "Livel.On Main 
Street" is busy getting ready for its 
fall season. Don't forget auditions 
for the comedy, Broadway Bound, 
are being held at 7:30 p.m. Sunday 
and Monday, August 1-2. 

Last show of the current season, 
"Lie, Cheat and Genuflect," opens 
Friday-Sunday, July 30-August 1, 
continuing August 6-8 and 13-15. 
Friday and Saturday show times are 
8 p.m. Sunday matinees 230 p.m. 
For reservations or information, 
phone 395-3055. 

If you have interesting informa- 
.. tion or anecdotes to submit for "Our 
Town" call staff reporter Mike 
Babicz at 223-8161, ext. more- 
mail, edit @lndcom." 



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Business C7 Hot Spots B8. 

Classified C20 ; takeUfe r ..Bly: 

County ...!...*... CI Modes B6 

Crossword B4 Obituaries ..: Cll ! * 

Editorial C4 Real Estate.. ...C8 

Heafthwatch Bll Travel B10 

HomMSardenB15 



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July 30, 1999 



Woman an Illinois' Lottery Luckiest' 



By JACLYN GRAHAM 
Staff Intern 



Mary Klus of Lindenhurst made 
the best investment of her life when 
she bought an Illinois lottery ticket. 
Through the Illinois' Luckiest instant 
game, she turned $1 into $15,200 and 
gained 15 minutes of fame. 

Klus won the money playing 
"Force Field" and "$100,000 Pinball." 
The show was taped on July 6 and 
aired on the July 24 edition of Illinois' 
Luckiest, the only game show pro- 
duced in Illinois. 

"I was a nervous wreck," said 
Klus. "But it was so exciting." To 
cheer her on, her husband Wally, her 
daughter Laura, and Laura's fiance* 
attended the taping. 

The Lindenhurst resident and 17 
other contestants from across the 
state competed on-alr for prizes of 
up to $100,000 or more. The game 
show Is taped at WGN-TV studios in 
Chicago and is broadcast on several 
TV stations across Illinois. 

' It has five main games (with 
three contestants) that rotate in and 
out of the weekly lineup, plus the 
grand finale game, $100,000 Pinball, 
which all 18 contestants take part in. 




Mary Klus of Lindenhurst, cen- 
ter, poses with the 'luckiest' 
game show hosts, Linda 
Kollmeyer and Mark Goodman 
after she won $15,200. 

According to Klus, it is predeter- 
mined which game each contestant 
is going to play. For legal purposes, 
each contestant has to watch a video 
on each game they are going to play, 
and sign a release stating that they 
fully understand the game prior to its 
start. 

Many of the people that Klus 
works with have told her they saw 
her on TV. 

"I hadn't really watched the 
game show before," said Klus. 
"You'd be surprised how many peo- 



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pie watch the show though." 

Klus played "Force Field," which 
- is described by the Illinois Lottery as 
follows: "More times than not, The 
Force is with contestants in this pop- 
ular money making game that uses a 
suspended magnetized pendulum 
and physics to pay out up to $32,500 
In cash." 

"You had to think a little to play 
the games," Klus said. "But it was 
fun." After the taping, Klus and her 
family celebrated at Bob Chin's Crab 
House. Klus hopes to travel with her 
earnings, possibly to Europe. 

Illinois lottery players qualify 
for the show when they scratch-off 
three TV sets on an "Illinois' Luck- 
iest" instant ticket. Winners fill out 
the back of the ticked and send it to 
the Lottery in Springfield. Seven- 
teen contestants are chosen from 
the 1,500 to 1,800 entries received 
each week. 

The eighteenth spot is drawn 
from a separate pool of about 150 
"25th Anniversary Cash" entry tick- 
ets that contain a TV symbol in that 
ticket's bonus area. The 

minimum prize contestants receive 
is $500 and a chance to compete on- 
air for as much as $100,000. 

Illinois' Luckiest is hosted by 
Mark Goodman and Linda Kollmey- 
1 er. It debuted in August of 1998, and 
is the latest version of the lottery's TV 
gameshow that initially debuted in 
1989. Since, the Illinois Lottery has 
awarded game show contestants 
over $53 million. 

In the Chicagoland area, llinois' 
Luckiest airs on WGN-TV Channel 9 
on Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. 



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By MICHAEL H. BABICZ 
Staff Reporter 



Eleanor Storey of Antioch scored 
the big win in the Antioch Chamber 
of Commerce's "Antioch Under 
Construction" shopping promotion 
drawing held as part of the Taste of 
Antioch /Maxwell Street Days week- 
end celebration. 

Storey's ticket, netting her $1,000 
worth of Chamber member mer- 
chant gift certificates, was pulled 
from among thousands of entries 
during the five month promotion. 

The winning entry of Storey was 
submitted while she shopped at Hair 
Designs Unlimited, one of the35 An- 
tioch merchants participating in the 
special construction related promo- 
tion. 

The program began with several 
thousand yellow hard hat buttons 
being handed out to customers at 
the participating merchants begin- 
ning back in March, according to 
Barbara Porch, Chamber president. 

Various businesses in turn had 



special gifts for persons wearing the 
buttons, or offered certain discounts 
as well as special instore drawings. 

The highly successful promotion 
concluded with the drawing. 

"We wanted to encourage peo- 
ple to still shop Antioch even though 
the downtown area was under con- 
struction," Porch explained, noting 
the business owners were extremely . 
pleased with the overall success of 
the program. 

A delay, in the contractor's abili- 
ty to obtain the lamp posts from the 
manufacturer is the reason the light 
poles will not be installed until 
sometime in August. 

The Community Action Now 
(CAN) raffle, also concluded during 
the weekend, had Taso Maravelas 
the big winner with the $5,000 first 
prize. Winners of $200 each were Ted 
and Vicki Axton, Dennis Deboer, 
Larry Fales, Janice Fenske and Den- 
nis Hockney. 

Raffle proceeds help further CAN 
programs and activities within the 
Antioch community. 



FROM PAGE Al 



PRIDE: Golf outing a success 



Wheetabix, Thelen Sand & Gravel, 
First American Bank, Hayden's Sport 
Center, PC Services, Anchor Bank, 
AON Risk Resources, Esche & Lee, 
Inc., John Ruffin and Nielsen Devel- 
opment. 

Special thanks to donors: Rick 
Kasper, Steve & Sue Ryan, Seater 
Construction, Esche & Lee, Steve 
Schoenfelder, Horace Mann Insur- 
ance, Antioch Fraternal Order of Po- 
lice, "A" Plus Laser Cartridge, Joyce & 
Rich Heneberry, Jim & Karol, 
Chilcote, Steve & Ronda Wapbh, 
Roger Peterson Insurance Risk Man- 
agers, Inc., Air Con Refrigeration, 



Nice Ice, Antioch Golf Course, Grand 
SIam-U.SA, Joy Edge, Biller Press, 
Jim Kinney, Tim Chilcote. 

Dee Andershock, Tom Crichton, 
John Ruffin,. Coca CoIa,'Car-Min 
Construction, SJI Financial Services, 
Antioch Police Association, Sound, 
Inc., Frank Couney Company, Inc., 
Travel \ByI Design, AON Risk Re- 
sources, Terry & Mimi Denoma, 
PM&L Theatre, True Value Hard- 
ware, Antioch Pizza, Snack < Shack 
and Kurt Hintz. 

"One golfer did get within a cou- 
ple of feet of the pin on hole 18," said 
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ANTIOCH 



Revoked License 

Mitchell A, Young, 37/ of Lake 
Villa was' stopped byAntloch Police 
at 1: 19 a.m. July 27 and charged with 
improper lane usage and driving 
while on a revoked license. 

Warrant Arrests 

Robin L Files, 33, of Antioch was 
arrested by Antioch Police at 8:17 
a.m. July 22 on an outstanding war- 
rant from trie Lake County Sheriffs' • 
Department , for forgery in the - 
$50,000 range. 

Anthony Taddel, 32, of Antioch 
was arrested at 1:53 p.m. July 17 by 
Antioch Police through the assis- 
tance of a local business on two out- 
standing warrants . Taddel was 
wanted by Kane Goiinty arid Lake 
County authorities, both on driving 
under the irifluenceicharges. lad- 
ders warrants were discovered when 
he failed to produce a driver's license 
during a routine hiring process at the 
business. ' ■ ; 

LAKE VILLA 

DM 

On July 16 at 2:54 a.m., an officer 
found a 1997 Pontiac Surifire con- 
vertible in Oakland Ridge Subdivi- 
sion after it had struck a concrete 
' light pole. The car's windshield was 
flattened, both air bags were de- 
ployed, and the front end was in a v- 
shape, having been crushed upon 
^impact. No driver or occupants were 
in the immediate area of the crash. 
Another officer found the driver, E, 
26, of 1533 S. Green Bay Road Apt. I 
208 in Racine Wise, lying on a drive- 
way of Pasquenelli Homes. Although 
he had the car's keys on him, Buck- ' 
house said he was in an accident but 
denied driving. He had walked away 
( from the scene looking for help but 
was In too much pain to continue. 
The Lake Villa Rescue Squad was : 
called to treat his injuries, and they 
took him to St. Therese hospital. 

At the hospital, Buckhouse was 
cited for criminal damage to proper- 
ty (the light pole), reckless driving, 
and DM (.149 BAG). He was given a 
notice to appear in court on August 
13 at 9 a.m. in Waukegan. 



In his car. He was processed at the 
,, LVPD and a $75 cash bond was tak- 
en. His court date Is August 11 in 
Grayslake. 

On July 23 at 2:39 a.m., Matthew 
R. Johnson, 18, of 36252 N. Falcon Dr 
in Ingleside, was charged under local 
ordinance with possession of alcohol 
by a minor. He had a 40oz. Bottle of 
Miller GenulneDraft with him in his 
parked can Johnson's court date is 
August 1 1 In Grayslake. 

Traffic arrests 

On July IB at 5:50 am, Anthony 
Hernandez, 43r6f326Carendon Dr. 
In Round Lake Beach was cited for 
improper lane usage and driving 
with no valid . drivers r license. His 
court date is August 11 in Grayslake. 

On July 21 at 2:30 a.m., Sidney W. 
Brooks, Sr., 42, of 1 1405 276th Ave. in 
Trevor, Wise, was arrested -for 
speeding (52 In a 35), improper lane 
usage, driving on a revoked license, 
street DUI, and DUI (.18 BAC). Her 
was given a $3,000 1-Bond with court 
date of August 13 in Waukegan. 

Ordinance violation/ 
soliciting 

At 8:25 p.m. on July 19, Amie 
Lynn Shak, 19, of 6944 250th St in 
Salem .Wise., was cited for soliciting 
r irf.the Ajpache Trail area in a Polar 
Bear Ice Cream Inc. truck. She was 
taken to the LVPD and issued a no- 
tice to appear in court on August 1 1 
in Grayslake. 

Intoxicated pedestrian 

On July 20 at 8:06 p.m., Curtis 
Daniel Maier, 34, of 38802 N. Wilton . . 
in Lake yilla, was cited as a pedestri- 
an under the influence of alcohol on 
the 200 block of Central Ave. Maier 
r-^aid he had been drinking and went 
■there thinking an old acquaintance 
still lived there. The complainant did 
not wish any trespassing charges 
against the offender. Meier's court 
date is August 11 In Grayslake. 

Traffic stop/ assist 



in Mundelein, jumped from the back 
seat of the car yelling 'help me, he 
won't let me go/ and ran to the police 
unit According to the victim (Husko), 
Smith went to her house in 
Mundelein acting crazy, and tried to 
get her into his car, and after she re- 
fused, he picked her up and threw her 
into his car and would not let her go. 
Husko thanked the LVPD, saying 
she feared for her life and that they 
saved her. Smith posted his drivers 
license as bond at the LVPD and has 
a court date of August 11 at 3 p.m. in 
Grayslake; Mundelein police took- 
both Smith and the victim i from the 
LVPD to the Mundelein police sta- 
tion, as a case of unlawful restraint. 



police 



Minor possession 
of alcohol 

On July 17 at 5:35 p.m., Jacob 
Carl Bartusch, 19, of 1400 Emdale 
Court in Milwaukee, Wis., was ar- 
.rested for minor possession of alco- 
hol. He had a total of 41 Scope 
mouthwash bottles filled with a 
rum/ Scope mixture and a Gatorade 
bottle half full of rum/Scope mixture 



Oh July 22'atl:19 a,m„ Brian E 
Smith, 26, of 235 Sunset Court in Ver- 
non Hills, was cited for expired reg- 
istration and having no valid insur- 
ance. However, he was initially 
pulled over on an investigative stop 
because of, the time that he pulled 
into a Lake Villa home's driveway,, 
shut- off the car's lights, sat there 
without anyone exiting the car, and 
then drove away. ' 

While the police officer was 
speaking with Smith, the passenger, 
Sachiko Husko, 46, of 150 S. Lake St 



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Driving while license 
suspended 

Walter Erickson, 34, of Lake Vil- 
la, was arrested Sunday, July 25 at 
7:29 a.m. on Grand Avenue west of 
Munn Road with speeding, failure to 
wear seatbelt, uninsured vehicle, 
and driving while license suspended. 
1 Erickson will have a Grayslake court 
date of September 1. 

lohn L Ward, 37, of Lake Villa, 
was arrested Thursday, July-22'at; 
930 p.m. at Grand'Avenue west of 
Sand Lake Road with suspended reg- 
istration, no headlight, and 'driving 
while license suspended. Ward will 
have a Grayslake court date of Sep- 
tember 1. 

Driving while license 
revoked 

Michael A. Starcevic, 30, of 
Chicago, was arrested Wednesday, 
July 21 at 12:58 a.m. at Granada and 
Genoa with no insurance, expired 
registration, and driving while H- 
.cense revoked. Starcevic will have a 
Grayslake court date of September I . 




By JACLYN GRAHAM 
Staff Intern 



On August 30, a former Lake Vil- 
la resident of 22 years will take the 
field at Comisky Park. Instead of 
playing ball, Cathy Landgren will be 
singing the national an- 
them prior to the White 
Sox/Seattle Mariners twi- 
nightdbubleheader, 

'" Although no longer 
living in Lake Villa, she 
still works in the village at 
Allendale in the residen- 
tial department, where 
she has been employed 
for almost nine years. 

"I've been singing 
since I was a little girl," 
said Landgren. She was in 
the College of Lake Coun- 
ty chorus for 12 years, and currently 
sings with the Waukegan Symphony 
Chorus, As a member of the 
Waukegan Symphony Chorus for 14 
years, she has been in many exciting 
performances, including at Carnegie 
Hall. Landgren also sings acapella for 
weddings. 

Also, Landgren has been singing 
the national anthem regularly at 
Wilmot Speedway in Wiscconsin for 
a couple of years. At Wilmot Speed- 




Landgren: 

Singing anthem 
for Cubs 



way, one of the largest crowds she. 
sang for totalled about 5,000 people. 
Last weekend though, Landgren 
spoke In front of an even larger, 
crowd at Road America, an interna-^ 
tional event at Elkhart Lake, Wis. 
There, she sang both the national an- 
them and "Oh Canada" 
for the first time. She had' 
to do them back to back 
while standing out on the 
track as usual. 

"Elkhart Lake 
was quite an experi- 
ence," said Landgren. 
She thinks it will help her 
ease her mind. for the 
White Sox pregame per- 
formance. 

"I am a little bit 

more nervous about the 

Sox .game," Landgren 

said. "I have to go out there and just 

think that I'm at Wilmot." 

* Her opportunity to sing at the 
White Sox game was a result of the. 
demo tape that she made in June.. 
She sent her tape to sports teams like 
the Cubs, White Sox, Bears, and 
Brewers, The Cubs responded with- 
in two days of receiving the tape, and 
the Sox took about a week to reply; 
Keep your eyes and ears open for this 
local rising star! 



Free Adoption Seminar 

Anyone contemplating adoption should 
attend this informational seminar 

Wednesday, August 4, 1999 7:00-9:00 P.M. 
Family Counseling Clinic 

19300 West Highway 120 • Grayslake, Illinois 60030 

Infants and toddlers available from: 

China, Poland, Vietnam, Bulgaria, Russia, India arid Guatemala 

Space is limited, please call 847-223-8107 to register 
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8:00 A.M. 

BOATBUILDING BEGINS 

10:OOA.M. 

KID'S ENTERTAINMENT 
BEGINS 

NOON 

DJ STARTS AND RACES BEGIN 

Event Categories Include: 

• off-site boat 

• On-site boat 

• Kid's class 
(12yrs & under) 



Special retirement 

Bert Metz, left, receives one of many gifts at his retirement par- 
W from Antioch Police Chief Charlie Watkins. Watkins was In on 
Metz's initial Interview to come to the department 21 V^rs a go. 
Metz plans to remain active In Ducks Unlimited and other com- 
munity organizations, as well as spending more time with fami- 
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SECOND FEDERAL SAUINGS & LOAN 

• Catalog Corf. • Till Mineola • lain Count* Biwrooat L.P. 

• Ray Chevrolet • Danct Connection! • Korean's Landing 

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(Includes one boat kit: cardboard, tape and tube.) 

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For the residents! 
People wanting 
to continue 
their education. 



Adults wanting to complete their Undergraduate 

and Graduate Degrees. 

The location 

will be chosen 

by the Illinois Board 

of Higher Education. 




The Board of Higher Education- 
people looking out for 
the educational 
needs of the 
residents. 



Residents —people who live and work in Lake County. 

Did you hear the Board of Higher Education was leaning toward 

CLC in Grayslake— 

rather than 

University Station, 

the redevelopment ': \' ! j 

of LakehurstMall 

inWaukegan?. 





Please voice 

your support 

for University Station- 

The redevelopment of 

Lakehurst Mall, 

Waukegan, to: 

Gov. George Ryan 
State of Illinois Building 
100W. Randolph St 
Chicago, IL 60601 
Fax: 312/814-5512 
E-mail: governor@state.rl.us 

Dr. Keith Sanders, Executive Director 

Board of Higher Education 

4 W. Old Capitol Plaza, Room 500 

Springfield, IL 62701 

Fax: 217/782-8548 

Phone: 217/782-3442 

E-mail: sanders@ibhe.state.il.us 

Lt. Gov. Corinne Wood 

State of Illinois Building 

100 W. Randolph St 

Chicago, IL 60601 

Fax: 312/814-5228 

E-mail: ltgov@ccmailgw.state.il.us 

Philip Rock 

Rock, Fusco & Garvey, Ltd. 

350 N. LaSalle St. 

Chicago, IL 60610 

Fax: 312/464-3524 

E-mail: pjr@rockfusco.com 

CC: Martin Tuohy & Associates, Inc. 
Fax: 847/549-7322 

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NEIGHBORS 





Name: Ron Duros 

Home: Antioch 

Occupation: Owner of Elite Packaging 
Company 

Community Involvement: Coach Little 
League and Viking football. 

I'm originally from: Genoa City, Wis., 
Moved to Antioch In 1980. 



I graduated from: Badger High School, Lake Geneva, Wis. and College 
University of South Dakota. 

My family consists of: Wife, Debl; two sons, Anthony and Nick. 

My pets are: Two German shorthaired pointers, Hans and Spot. Our 
bird, Reggie White. ^ 

What I like best about my town: The different things In town to do 
for people of all ages. 

What I like best about my Job: I get to meet all kinds of people. 
The secret to my success is: Hard work. 
I relax by: Fishing and hunting. 

My perfect day in Antioch would be: Get up early to meet the guys 
down at Sbrensen's Bait Shop to listen and talk to Ed about old times in An- 
tioch and of course, fishing stories. Take the kids out to a movie or to PM&L 
to watch a play, then out to eat at one of the many restaurants in Antioch. 

Last book I read: "John Wayne, THE DUKE." 

Favorite TV show is: "The Andy Griffith Show" 

Favorite movie is: "The Sons ofKatie Elder" 

Favorite music: I don't have much of a music background. 

Favorite band or musician: Don't have one. 

Favorite restaurant: Twin Oaks in Wilmot, Wis. 

f : My life's motto is: Try to Have a positive attitude and project that to oth- 
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H I could be anyone in history, I would be: My father. 

If I won the lottery, I would: Share with my r/amllyandf certain chil- 
dren charities. 

My greatest accomplishments are: Playing and coaching college 
football. Most rewarding was having my two boys. 

to be remembered as: Someone you could always count on. 

People who knew me In high school would say: I was nice to 

everyone. 



My pet peeve Is: People that are late. 

Most interesting person I ever met was: EdSorensenof 
Sorensen's Bait Shop in Antioch. 

My dream job would be: The one I have now. 

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If I had a plane ticket to anywhere, I would go to: Back to 
Hawaii. - 



If you have a "Neighbor" that you would like to see profiled in this col- 
umn, call Neal Tucker at 223-8161. 



The Lake County Board invites 

you to a meeting to 

discuss leaf burning in 

unincorporated Lake County. 

Wednesday, August 4 

7 to 9 p.m. 

Grant Community High School 

285 E.Grand Ave., 

Fox Lake 

For more information, contact 

the County Administrator's 

Office at (847) 360-6603. 

Come and voice your Opinion! 



Kids, Adults Do Their Own 
Thing At Disney World 

byJIMWARIWEN, 

President, North Star Travel, Inc. 

A visit to'Disncy World may be the best family vacation. However, somciimc during 
that week, mom and dad may dream for a day (or at least a couple or hours) of enjoying the 
park on Ihcir own. 

Disney's got that covered! . 

Kids up to age 12 can take part in a unique "Learning while playtng developmental 
program at Disney's "KindcrCare" while their parents do their own thing. KindcrCare is* 
open 6 AM to' 8 PM daily. Space is very limited, so call ahead (407-827-5437) for 
reservations. ; , , , . 

For the real little ones, KindcrCare also offers in-room baby-sitting. You, or course, 
must be staying at an on-site Disney hotel. Call them with a 24-hour notice at (407) 527- 

5444. 

The older kids (10-15 years) can take part in a hands-on, behind-the-scenes Disney 
experience at the '^Wonders or Walt Disney World" school. The six-hour classes include 
instruction and special access to the park's backstage areas. Reservations can be made by 
calling (407) 354- 1 855. . . 

Disney's "Kidventure", open to 8-14 year olds, olTcrs an introduction to ecology, plant 
adaptation and animal behavior at Discovery Island, Disney's nature preserve. During the 
summer it's offered on both Wednesday and Sunday mornings. The rest of the year the 
program is only offered on Wednesdays. Make reservations at (407) 824-3784. 

Mom and dad are sure to want to visit Disney's exciting adult playground once the 
parks close Tor the day. Don't worry, Disney has plenty of night programs for the kids, too. 

The 4 to 12-year-olds can enjoy their own dinner show at "The Ncvcrland Club" from 
5PM to midnight. The theme is, of course, Peter Pan and includes a buffet or kids' rood 
along with the live show. 

The Disney's Grand Floridian-Contemporary resorts offer the Mouseketccr 
Clubhouse/where, for only S4.00 per hour, your 4 to 12-year-olds can play all kinds of 
games (video as well as the old-fashioned kind). r n 

Disney's Yacht and Beach Club has o similar program called the Sandcasjle Club . 

Disney hasn't limited these speciat programs just to the kids. Adults can take part in 
Disney's "Learning Adventures", which give more in-depth look into educational exhibits 

of Epcot center. ..,.,' • . V ; 

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Calendar 



Friday, July 30 

71st Annual Lake County Fair 
continues at the Lake County Fair- 
grounds, Rtes. 45 & 120 In v 
Grayslake, Open from 8 a.m. to 10 
p.m. daily. Call 223-2204' for more 

Fri. & Sat at 8 p.m., PM&L theatre 
presents "Lie, Cheat, and Genu- 
flect" at the theatre, 877 Main St. 
In Antioch., 395-3055 for tickets, 
$10/adults, $8/students & seniors' 

Saturday, July 31 

Antioch Moose Lodge #525 In 
conjunction with the United States 
Coast Guard Aux. Flotilla (095) 
06-11, will hold the second 
annual Chaln-O-Lakes Clean Up. 
Meeting place Is Parrot's Cove in 
Antioch at 8:30 a.m. For info, and 
directions call Noah at 356-7216 

Sunday, Aug, 1 

2:30 p.m., PM&L Theatre presents 
"Ue, Cheat, and Genuflect" at the 
theatre, 877 Main St in Antioch., 
call 395-3055 for tickets, $10/ 
adults, $8/students & seniors 

Monday, Aug. 2 

12:45 p.m. Bingo at Antioch 
Senior Center, info, at 395-7120 

7 p.m. Northwest Educational 
Group meets at Lake Villa Adminis- 
trative complex 

7 p.m., Antioch Garden Club 
meets In the Maplethorpe Room at 
the Antioch Comm. Center, visitors 
welcome, for more, call Suzi Hetzel 
at 395-3803 

7 p.m. Bingo at Antioch Moose 
Lodge, Rte. 173 west of Antioch 

7 p.m. NetworK of Friends, Multi- 
ple Sclerosis support group meets 
at Antioch Moose .Lodge Inevrty 
diagnosed welcome) 

Tuesday, Aug. 3 

:^ 6:45 p.m. Antioch VFW Bingo, 
doors open 4:30 p.m., 395-5393 

7:30 p.m. St Peter Council of 
Catholic Women meet at parish 
hall, call 395-0274 

7:00-8:00 p.m. Weigh to Win 
program held at Calvary Christian *; 
Center, Monaville Rd., west of Rte. 
83 In. Lake Villa. Call 356-6181 

Wednesday, Aug. 4 

Sequoit Board of Directors meets 

6:30-8:15 p.m. AWANA Club (3 
yrs. thru 6th grade) meets at Anti- 
och Evangelical Free Church, for 
info, call 395-4117 

6:30 p.m., TOPS WeightLoss 
weigh-in,. 7 p.m. meeting at Anti- 
och Senior Center, 817 Holbeck, 
; irifo. at 395-6437 or 395-8143 

7-9 p.m., Northern Lake County 
Quitter's Guild meets at State Bank 
■ of the Lakes in Lindenhurst, for 
info, call Valerie at 838-2126 

Thursday, Aug. 5 

7 p.m. American Sewing Guild 
group "Running In Stitches meets 
at State Bank of the Lakes, Lin- 
denhurst, call Janet at 265-7932 
or Chris at 548-8223 

Coming soon 

August 7 

8 a,m.-6 p.m., A boating safety.; ; 
course will be held College of Lake 
County, 19351 W. Washington St 
In Grayslake. There will be a $10 % 
fee charged. For more details, call- 
543-2109 

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July30,W99 



A toddler tragedy barely 
avoided in the boiling heat 



Nuclear i 



It was Sunday and mom was 
tending her household chores 
while dad was next door help- 
ing a neighbor. As often is the 
case on these summer days, the 
resident toddler was busy watching 
bugs crawl across the patio, and 
pushing sand toys down the slide. 
Mom was content that Ms. Toddler 
was occupied with dad, white dad 
was convinced Ms. Toddler was 
helping, mom. 

It is a common occurrence, and 
in no way a direct reflection of bad 
parenting skills; we have all fallen 
victim to this predicament during 
our parenting days. These situa- 
tions usually resolve themselves 
without incident, and rarely is there 
cause for alarm. Well, on this par- 
ticularly warm afternoon, there was 
a little panic in mom and dad when 
they realized neither had watch 
over their offspring. A search began 
and upon seeing the van sliding 
door slightly ajar, mom flung it 
open to find her little one lying on 
the floor whimpering, drenched in 
her own sweat and tears. 

Mom luckily knew the appro- ■ 
priate measures to use to revive her 
child who had been in the van 
about 45 minutes. The toddler had 
wanted a sucker and knew mommy 




JINGLE 

FROM 

PRINGLE 

Lynn Pringle 



kept some in the van. Being inno- 
cent to the hazards of scorching 
temperatures and confined spaces, 
she crawled into the unoccupied 
vehicle to get herself one. Why 
bother mommy or daddy, I'm a big 
girl and cant get it myself, was 
probably her thought. 

Unfortunately, not even being 4 
years old, she was able to open the 
van door from the outside to get in, 
but once she was inside, and the 
door shut behind her, she was 
unable to open the door to get back 
out. Mom's convinced an angel was 
watching over them that day, and a 
near tragedy had been avoided. She 
had always thought of herself as a 
good mom, and in all probability, 
she is, and she never dreamed this 
could happen to her closely super- 
vised child. It terrified her to the 
point that she felt obligated to warn 
any unsuspecting parents who 
never gave this situation a thought. 



To give us 

HOT NEWS TIPS 

call Lakeland Newspapers at 223-8073 

You can leave your name and number 

or remain anonymous. 
Leave a message and we'll check it out! 



Nowadays most new vehicles 
are equipped with child protection 
doors, which, when this feature is 
engaged, means the back doors of a 
car and the sliding doors on a van 
cannot be opened from the inside. 
So, even if a child is strong enough 
to open the door, they may be 
physically unable to because of this 
device. 

As parents we need to teach 
our children to climb up to the 
front seat and try opening die pas- 
senger side door, especially if your 
car is parked in the street. This way 
the child will exit the vehicle on the 
curb and not into traffic. If they are 
physically unable to open a door, 
you should teach them how to 
beep the horn until someone 
comes to their aid. 

On a hot sunny day, it doesn't 
take long for the interior of a vehi- 
cle to reach inhumane tempera- 
tures. The heat can take its toll on a 
small child. Accidents happen to all 
of us, fortunately this one turned 
out shaky, buthappily and this very 
concerned mom wanted to pass 
along a word of advice to the good 
folks in Antioch. 

Please, please teach your chil- 
dren, in the event' they ever get 
trapped in the car of van, how to 
get out safely, orsound an alarm 
until help comes. You can bet there 
is no more candy in that mom's 
van. 

And so goes another "Jingle 
.from Pringle." 

Readers with information for 
"Jingle from Pringle" should call 
Lynn Pringle at 395-6364. 



Zion plant 



Governor George Ryan signed 
legislation, sponsored by State 
Representative Tim Osmond, pro- 
viding state inspectors access to 
closed nuclear power plants. 

According to Osmond (R-62 
Antioch) the legislation is vital in 
preventing a post operational 
nuclear disaster in our community 
and statewide. 

Under the new law the state can 
assign an inspector to any nuclear 
power plant that has ceased opera- 
tion. The inspector would have the 
same access to the plant as the 
Nuclear Regulatory Commission 
(NRQ, but would not have to live on 
the premises. The inspector would 
identify deficiencies at the plant and 
make sure they are corrected. 

"The Zion Nuclear Power Plant 
may be closed, but that does not 
mean all danger has ceased," said 
Osmond. "We have seen in past dis- 




asters the damage nuclear power is 
capable of. With this new law the 
state can ensure regulation of c!osed : 
nuclear plants that will help prevent 
potential catastrophe." 

Other legislation sponsored by 
Osmond, and, recently signed into 
law by the Governor Includes: 

An increase In the time period 
in which all motor vehicles must 
exhibit lighted headlamps. 
Previously one hour after sunset to a 
half an hour before sunrise, the new 
law is from sunset to sunrise. 

TW&- creation of the Recycled 
Content Products Study Act and 
creates a task force to perform the 
study. The task force Twill* consider 
establishing various marketing pro- 
grams aimed, to promote the use of 
products containing recycled mate- 
rial. The results of the studywill be 
reported to the. General Assembly 
no later than Jan. 1, 2000- 



YMGA says talfe sunscreen, 
common sense, to the water 



Thousands of Chicagoans will 
flock to pools, ponds and lakes 
this summer. In addition to sun- 
screen they should take with 
them some crucial safety, precau- 
tions says the YMCA, because 
negligence of safety rules can 
spell danger in places of summer 
fun and relaxation. 

"The water is the perfect place 
to relax, beat the summer heat and 
have fun with the family," saysTino 
Mantella, president of the YMCA of 
Metropolitan Chicago. "It is impor- 



tant to make sure your entire family 
knows how to be safe in and around 
the water." . 

The U.S. Centers for Disease 
Control : lists drowning as seventh 
among all injury- related accidents 
in the United States but second for 
children and teenagers. YMCAs, 
which have, been teaching swim- 
ming and water safety in this coun- 
try for more than a hundred years, 
emphasize five basic precautionary 
measures to ensure safety in and, 
around the water. 



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Lake County student enjoys 

Bahaman 'lifetime experience' 

on Shedd Aquarium 

research vessel 



By MICHAEL H. BABICZ 
Staff Reporter 



Antioch resident Lila Kate James was the only Lake County youth selected by the Shedd Aquarium to partici- 
pate Jn a week-long research expedition to the Bahamas. Above: Ula (left) and Logan McBride hold flounder 
Juveniles during the trip. Above, left: Ula during a snorkel dive off the Island of Bimlnl. —Submitted photos 




newspaper article In a small Wisconsin town led to an 
Antioch teen's spending a week on a research vessel 
in the Bahamas this summer. 
IJla Kate James, 15, who will be an Antioch Com- 
munity High School (ACHS) sophomore in the fall, was select- 
ed to be one of 30 students chosen to participate in the High 
School Marine Biology Program (HSMB) out of 100 candidates 
for the Shedd Aquarium-based experimentation and research 
program. 

James, following a lengthy selection process, was the only 
student from Lake County out of those selected to participate 
in the three-phase HSMB. 

Stage one was attending seven days of 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
classes downtown at Shedd. James had a visiting student from 
LaCrosse, Wis. staying at her parent's home and making the 
train and bus commute to Chicago each day. 

Following the completion of the classes, the 30 students 
were divided into three groups of ten. Joining the students on 
the trip aboard the RV (Research Vessel) Coral Reef II, owned 
by Shedd Aquarium, were two Shedd advisors, a cook and two 
boat captains. 



"They were all great," James said of the staff and her fellow 
students. 

The excursion began after a flight Into Miami, following a 
day spent doing some last-minute grocery shopping and get- 
ting all of their gear and baggage aboard the vessel. 

Each day began early with a 6:50 a.m. wake-up call for 
breakfast The first day proved a little challenging to all of the . 
students. 

"Everybody got seasick," chuckled James. "The first morn- 
ing when we crossed the gulf stream. After that, it was okay be- 
cause we got used to it." 

The Coral Reef II was based off Birninl island in the Ba- 
hamas. Each day/the excursion would go out to various small . 
islands which normally do not appear on maps. 

The 12-16 hour day was spent doing some form of re- 
search projects, for which the students were divided into pairs.' 

"A lot of it was identifying fish, gathering and collecting 
fish," James explained. "One night we were up until 1:30 in the 
morning, and they were nice enough to let us sleep an extra 
hour the next day." 

The group lived on the boat. "It was pretty tight quarters, 



but we managed and it was still fun," said James. ' 

"We also would study plankton, tied pools, and we com- 
pared sandy beaches to turtle grass areas and communities,'' 
James continue^ 

One of the most outstanding memories for James was the 
night snorkel dive. 

"We were joined by four logger head turtles, who weren't 
bothered by us at all," James recalled with a smile. "They came 
right up to us and were so sweet and gentle. They let us pet . 
theirheads." 

For James, snorkelingand diving were not something new. 
She is a certified scuba diver, having gone several times while 
oh family vacations. 

"It was not new, but it was still really cool," admitted 
James. While in the water, which usually included at least three 
snorkel dives per day, James encountered four different species 
of sharks and several barracudas— including one 5-feet long. 
. "As long as we left them alone, they left us alone," James 
explained, noting she was never frightened. 

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The trip has sold James on her 
ambition to be in marine biology as 
a career. "This was the deciding 
point," James admits. "I actually 
wanted to go and do it to see if it's 
really what I wanted to dq," 

"It was the experience of a life- 
time, it really was," James stressed. 
"I've definitely decided to pursue it." 

"I've always loved animals," ex- 
plained James. "I'm looking forward 
to volunteering at the Shedd next 
year, because you have to be 16. 1 
also might work at Save-A-Pet, be- 
cause I love working with animals." 

Goldfish and birds are James' 
pets for now. Parents Peter and Amy 
James have been all for it, ever since 
Lila told them she wanted to apply. 

James has one final step in the 
three stage process. A follow-up pro- 
gram, August 3-5, features the stu- 
dents getting together in their groups 
and summing up their projects. 

On the evening of August 5, pre- 



sentations of their findings will be 
made for family and friends invited 
to The Shedd for a special program 
by all 30 student participants. 

"I wasn't expecting to get into it 
the first time because we thought 
they would take older students and I 
was only a freshman when I ap- ' 
plied," James explained. "We were 
really excited." 

"We had some friends living in 
Adams, Wis. who saw an article in 
their local paper, the Adams-Friend- 
ship Times, and they sent me a 
copy," James said. "I contacted 
Shedd, filled out some forms, wrote 
two essays, got two teacher letters of 
recommendation, answered a lot of 
questions, then I was called in for an 
in-person interview." 

As for the overall experience, "it 
was great," said James. "I would def- 
initely recommend it. It was an ex- 
perience of a lifetime and the best 
time of my life." 




It's a wild, wild life 



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neofthe attractions of 
the suburbs is the wild 
life. You know what I'm 
talking about— garage 
sales, Tupperware parties, pancake 
breakfasts with Santa— we really 
know how to cut loose out here. 

We also enjoy another kind of 
wildlife: the furry and feathered 
kind. And thanks to overdevelop- 
ment, we are treated more and 
more often to glimpses of this 
wildlife without ever leaving the 
comfort of our homes. We get the 
chance to see them up close, wild 
and free and in our next door 
neighbor's backyard. 

"Look, honey! It's Bambi. Not 
scampi, BAMBI! Are you deaf AND 
blind? He's right there, eating 




LIFE'S 
A BEAR 

Donna Abear 



Ralph's new tree. Isn't he beautiful? 
Get the camera!" 

Of course, on our own property, 
the reaction is sometimes less posi- 
tive. Suddenly, the same animal that 
thrilled you in Ralph's yard is a nui- 
sance. "Hey! There's that #!•# Bambi 
and he's eating my rose bushes! Let 
Gujo outside!" 

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logic to It. We enjoy the fact that we 
live surrounded by wild animals. Re- 
ally. It's just that some of us would 
prefer that when they set foot on our 
property, they/orget all that wild 
stuff and behave in a civilized man- 
ner. 

There is, however, one big prob- 
lem: animals don't know how to be- 
have in a civilized manner. In fact, 
they can't even spell Mvitized," The 
poor things are ignorant— -hey can't 
read. 

When they see the words "No 
Trespassing" It means nothing to 
them. When they see the words 
"Keep Out— This Means You," it 
means nothing to them. 

And by the time they see the 
words "Ford," Toyota," or "Dodge," 
it's way too late for them to learn 
that the word "flattened" is not just 
a current adjective for Pamela Lee 
Anderson. 

Which is why we created laws 
protecting many of bur wildlife 
friends. But sometimes these laws 
aren't enough. Particularly when It 
comes to wildlife like raccoons and 
Canadian geese. Why them? Well, 
according to recent news reports, 
raccoons and geese have moved 
into our neighborhoods in record 
numbers lately. And we all know 
how some folks get when minorities 
start to take over the neighborhood. 
Mark my words, it's just a matter of 
time... 

Someone is going to start a sub- 
urban wildlife hate group. 

Already, grumbling about geese 
has become commonplace. 

"Somebody had better dp some- 
thing about those geese. There's 
geese doody everywhere, Heck, I 
have to curb my dog. Why are these 
geese getting special treatment? 
They're Canadian, for pete's sake. 
We're spending American tax dol- 
lars poop scooping for a bunch of 
immigrant birds. No one poop 
scoops for me. I do it myself. It's the 
American way." 

Not to mention the ranting 
about raccoons: 

"Those striped little convicts. 
Heck, they're no better than crimi- 
nals. Last week one of 'em broke 
Into my neighbor's house and 
trashed it They're all garbage eaters, 
every one of 'em/I think we had the 
right idea back in the 1920s when we 
made coats out of those lowlife 
wildlife." 

Pretty soon we'll have people 
dressed in striped sheets and Daniel 
Boone hats, trying to lure raccoons 
to road-kill parties. Geese will begin 
to mysteriously disappear, and the 
number of people eatingsuspi- 
ciously greasy chicken will Increase. 

There might even be a website: 
World Church of American Non- 
Striped Wildlife, 

Next the animal activists will step 
in to help. They'll distribute Overs re- 
questing donations: "Support the 
geese. Give your dollars for diapers. 
Pampers for Poopers!" Or "Raccoon 
rehabilitation instead of jail!" 

Before we know it, the.suburbs 
will be transformed from a bore 
zone to a war zone. 

Personally, I hope things won't 
get that out of hand. But If we are 
going to peacefully co-exist with our 
animal neighbors, we've got to find 
some way to communicate with 
them. 

Of course, this is America; Folks 
are not about to learn their lan- 
guage. The animals are going to 
have to learn ours. 

So maybe we can start with the 
• geese. We'll sign 'em up for 
"Honked on Phonics." 

Questions or comments for 
humorist DonnaAbear can be sent 
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Special Olympics soccer program 
and nature camp starts Aug. 21 

The Waukegan-Foss Special Recreation Assoc! atton(WFSRA) 
and Zlon Special Recreation Association announced that be- 
ginning in August Special Olympics Soccer will be offered in - 
a joint program at Douglas House in Upton Park, 732 N. 
Genessee Street, Waukegan. The program starts Aug! 21 from 9-10 
a.m. and continues through Oct 2. 

Participants for Special Olympics soccer must be 8-years-oId or 
older and have a Special Olympic Medical Application on file. To re- 
ceive an application call WFSRA and Zioh'SRA districts/Residents 
pay $20 for the entire program. The charge for non-residents is $25, . 
There must be a minimum of 4 participants and a maximum of 14 in 
order to run me program effectively. 

WFSRA is also offering a Nature Camp program where partici- 
pants will explore the natural environment found at, Upton Park and 
in the surrounding area. Transportation is available for this program. 
Nature'Camp starts Aug. 2-6 and runs from 9 a.m-3 p.m; for partici- 
pants between 5 -12-years -old. The fee Is $130. Classes will take 
place at Douglas House in Upton Park in' Waukegan. 

For more information on these or any other programs please call 
WFSRA at 360-4760. 






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The Ravinia stage brightened 
with "From Hollywood to Broad- 
way" 'during a special performance 
of the Chicago Symphony under 
guest conductor Marvin Harnlisch. 
The heady program included selec- 
tions of his songs and film scores, 
including "The Way We Were" and 
the show-stopping " A Chorus 
Line." Hamlisch dedicated 
"Sophie's Choice" to the memory of 
John F. Kennedy Jr., whose tragic 
disappearance was just making . 
headlines. 

! SBpi^STanHbrmth'drewa 
standing ovation for her rendition 
of "Don't Cry for me Argentina" 
from Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Evi- 
ta." Other good work came from 
Gary Mauer and Doug Labrecque: 
"Bring Him Home" from'"Les Mis- 
erables" and "Music of the Night" 
from "Phantom of the Opera." 

Other rousing numbers includ- 
" ed "All That Jazz" from "Chicago" - 




and a romantic balcony scene 
number from "West Side Story." 

The Ravinia Festival Orchestra 
will present a "Modem Broadway" 
concert with music from "Miss 
Saigon/' "Rent," "Lion King," and 
"Ragtime. " 

And classical music lovers still 
have several opportunities to hear 
the Chicago Symphony at the 
Ravinia Festival, including "Classi- 
cal Music's Greatest Hits" on July, 
29, with Victor Borge on July 30 with 
"Barto's Rachmaninoff.'* In add!-' 
tlon, the symphony will concen- 
trate on Brahms, Mahler, Mozart 
and Tchaikovsky at various pro- 
grams in August 1 

Popular programs will feature 
Donna Summer, Aug. 15; Al Jarreau, 
Aug. 20; The Temptations, Aug. 26; 
Natalie Cole, Aug . 27 and Tony 
Bennett, Aug. 28. Ticket Informa- 
tion is available at (847) 266-5100. 
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Summer art camp at 
Anderson Arts Center 

The Anderson Arts Center- 121 
66th Street - Kenosha, Wis. - will present 

, its annual Summer Art Camp for chll- 
dreri between the ages of 5 and 10 dur- 
ing two weeks : August 2-6 and August 
9-13. 

A free brochure listing all classes 

' and descriptions, camp fees, registration 
and general information Is available 
now by calling the Anderson Arts Center 
at (414) 653-0481. 

Festival at 
Jewelers Row 

Artists and craftsartists from eight 
states across the nation will join with tal- ,- 
en ted area artists and craftsartists to par- • 
ticipate In the 4th Annual Arts & Crafts 

' Festival of Jewelers Row to be held July 
30. The show, which is presented by . 
American Society of Artists , a national 

, membership organization, will be held 
from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. each day in the Jewel- 
ers Row Area on Wabash Ave. between 
Washington and Monroe, Chicago. 
Additional information may be ob- 

. t ained from American Society of Artists 
at (312)751-2500. " ' ', - ".-■•.■ 

THEATRE 



on 
the Green 

The eighth annual Shakespeare On the [ 
Green will present ah outdoor production 
of Richard III, July 30- August 1 on the 
front lawn of the Barat College campus In 
Lake Forest. 



REUNION 



LFHS Class of '74 

Lake Forest High School Class of 
1974 plans its 25-year reunion on Au- : 
gust 7. The location will be The Forge 
Club, 634 S.Milwaukee Ave., Vernon . . 
Hills. (2 ml South of Rt 60 on west side 



of road, valet parking). Cocktails at 630 
p.m., dinner at 8 p.m., dancing at 9 p.m. 
The cost Is $65 per person with a cash 
bar. For more information call 295-0007. 



SINGLES 



Solo Singles 

■ Solo Singes Group (40+), meets 
every Friday evening at 8 p.m. at the 
Gale Street Inn on Diamond Lake Road 
In Mundeleln for dancing and socializ- 
ing (sitting in the lounge area, right In 
front of the live entertainment). Please 
call the hotline for more Information, . 
746-6818. 



AUDITIONS 



Auditions for Secret 
Garden 

The Waukegan Community Players 
will be holding its public auditions for its 
next production, The Secret Garden, 
from 830p:m. on August 16-17. These 
will be held in the Rbsenwald Cottage in 
Bowen Park, which is the first building 
, to.the right at the North entrance. 
There are openings for six adults; three 
male and three female, for those be- 
tween the ages of seventeen and seven- 
ty-five. There are four youth roles; two ' 
male and two female, for those between 
the ages of nine and sixteen. The iplay 
will be directed by Richard D. Pope, and 
all the performances will be held at , 
Pro vena St. Therese Hospital Auditori- 
um oh the following dates: Oct 15- 
17lh; 22-23. For more information, 
please call 662-0181. • 

PM&L auditions 

Auditions for PM&L's first play of 
season 39, the comedy "Broadway 
Bound" by Neil Simon, will be held at 
the theatre, 877 Main St, Antioch, on 
August 1-2 at 7:30 p.m. Four men and 
two women are needed in the cast The 
play will.be given weekends from Sept 
24 through Oct 10. Anyone who Is in- 
terested in backstage or tech work will , 
be welcome at auditions. Mickey Man- 
: del from Antioch is director. For any 



further questions call 838-3280. 

Village Theatre 
auditions 

Village Theatre of Palatine will hold 
auditions for "Blithe Spirit" on August 
15- 16 at Cutting Hall Theatre, 150 E. 
Wood St, Palatine, 730 p.m. Parts are 
available for two men ages 35-50 and 
five women ages 25-60. 

Auditions will be cold readings from 
the script. Performance dates arc Octo- 
ber 22-24, 29-30, Nov. 5-7, 12-13. 

Village Theatre is also looking for 
backstage and technical support. 

Please call Sally Mqomey 359-7593. 

Audition notice 

Northbrook Musical Theatre for 
Young Audiences seeks versatile men 
and women to play various roles In its . 
upcoming season of musical produc- 
tions of The Three Little Pigs (Fall, 1999), 
Jack and the Beanstalk (Winter, 2000) 
and The Jungle Book (spring; 2000)'. This 
Is a professional children's theatre com- 
pany of Adult actors. Auditions are Aug. 
3-4 from 7-10 pm, at the theatre located 
at 3323 Walters Ave., Northbrook. For an 
audition appoint merit call 291-2367. 

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A Day Out With Thomas 

Thomas the Tank Engine comes to 
the Illinois Railway Museum, in Union 
August 13-15, at 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
(rides on the half-hour.) " " 

This Is America's largest Railroad - 
Museum with the closest operating ' 
Steam Locomotive In the Chicagoland 
area. 

The admission 
price is $10 adults, : . 
$10 children, $1 for 
children under one- 
year-old. These prices 
include admission and 
one ride on the Thomas 
Train and rides on all other operating 
railroad equipment 

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BIG-RAIL, or their website: 
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Bookmobile 

storytimes 

The Waukcgan Public Library's 
bookmobiles will be stopping around 
town to deliver stories as well as books. 
The next storytimes will be held at the 
Bevier Park an Thursday, Aug. 5 and In 
County Lane Park Aug. 9, 11 p.m. to 
noon. August stories will be about the Lit- 
tle House on the Prairie. Call the exten- 
sion department for a complete schedule 
of stories and locations, 623-2041. 

SPECL^..EVENTS. 

Summer Story Festival 

The Baha'i House of Worship an- 
nounces its annual summer -S tory Festi- 
val schedule. Programs takeplace Satur- 
days at 130 p.m. In the Visitors' Center. 

On July 31 Rick James will present a 
story that discusses gender equality. 

The Baha'i House of Worship is lo- 
cated In Wilmette at the corner of Sheri- 
dan M and Linden Av. Call 733-3469 or 
853-2300 for additional information. 

Mother/Son Baseball 
Day scheduled 

The Northbrook Park District has 
scheduled a Mother/Son Day at the Park 
on Saturday, July 31. Participants will be 
bused to Kane County stadium to enjoy 
a Kane County Cougars baseball game 
together. Youngsters also will be invited 
on the field to receive autographs from 
the players. Festivities last from 3-9 p.m. 
Plan a fun day with your son or mom at 
the ball park! To register call 291-2980. 

Victor Borge 
90th birthday 

Ravinia's 64th summer season con- 
tinues with Victor Borge performing, con- 
ducting the CSO and celebrating his 90th 
birthday at Ravinia July 30. The clown 
prince of Denmark will present his unpar- 
alleled interpretations of works by 
Mozart, Btzct. Pucdni. PonchleUS, De- 
bussy, SftreUus and Rachmaninoff. ■ 

The Ravinia Festival is located at 
Lake-Cook and Green Bay Roads In High- 
land Park. For concert information or to 
charge tickets by phone, call 266-5100. 




A genuine $100,000 denomination bills will be part of the 
U.S. Treasury Department's "Billion Dollar Display" during 
the 1999 American Numismatic Association's World's Fair 
of Money®, Aug. 11-15, at the Rosemont Convention 
Center. 

Got change for a 
hundred-grand? 

The U.S. Treasury Department will have a $1 billion public ex- 
hibit, Aug. 1 1-15 at the World's Fair of Money® in the Rose- 
mont Convention Center, 9301 W. Bryn Mawr, Rosemont 
But it won't cost a red cent to see a billion bucks. The 
World's Fair of Money is free and open to the public. The event is 
conducted by the non-profit American Numismatic Assoc, (ANA), 

the world's largest collector organization devot ■ 
/* v ed to coins, paper money, tokens and medals. 

aLaaV'I TIie U,S ' Mmt vviJI dis P ,a y its nevv fifty states 
CllcCK I commemorative quarters and preview the nevv 

*M? I one-dollar coin for the new millennium. The 
|JX JMlli I Bureai1 of Engraving and Printing (BEP), the 
f mOUI 5 Treasury agency that prints ail U.S. paper mon- 
V " w J ey, will have a $ 1 billion exhibit of colorful cur- 
rency. Among the items displayed will be poster- 
sized printing press sheets of genuine $100,000 denomination bills 
and a $500 million Treasury bond. 

"Although you can't purchase a $100,000 bill, the BEP will sell 
special souvenirs, such as uncut sheets of crisp, new$l, $2 and $5 
bills. Some people actually use them to wrap gifts," explained Mary 
Halsall, BEP Public Affairs Representative. 

In addition to the buying and selling on the convention floor, 
there will be a public auction of high quality rare coins and paper 
money conducted by Heritage Numismatic Auctions Inc. of Dallas, 
IX, the ANA's official auctioneer for this event. 

The World's Fair of Money, in Hall F at the Rosemont Convention 
Center, will be open Wednesday to Saturday, August 1 1-14, from 10 
cum.' to 6 p.m. and Sunday, August 15, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For ad- 
ditional information, call the ANA at 800-367-9723 or visit their web 
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21. Approaches 

22. Radioactivity unit 

23. Contest of speed 

25. Static balance between op- 
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Arfoo- March 21/April 20 
Don't hold a grudge against a friend who 
makes a mistake early in the week. He or 
she doesn't mean to cause you any trouble. 
A loved one needs your help with a family 
matter; Do what you can for him or her. Your 
efforts definitely will be appreciated. Cancer 
plays a key role on Tuesday. 



Taurus- April 21/May 21 7N 
This Is your week for romance, Taurus. The 
person whom you Ve been seeing wants to 
intensify the relationships Say yes — you 
know that this ts what youVe been waiting 
fori A close friend needs someone to talk to 
late In the week. Be a good listener, and try 
to be supportive. ; 



Gemini- May, 22/June 21 
You're on the go early In the week.- Try not 
to get frazzled .The only way that you're go- 
ing to get things done is by staying calm. So, 
take a deep breath, relax and get to work. 
Don't worry — things will calm down by the 
end of the week. A loved one asks you ah 
• Important question on Thursday. Be honest 
with him or her. 

Cancer- June 22/Jury 22 '• 
■You end up being the center of attention at 
a business meeting this week, Cancer. Don't 
be embarrassed, You deserve the spotlight. 
However, don't let this go to your head. You 
.still have to work diligently. A friend needs 
your help with a financial matter; Don't get 
involved. 



■ Leo - Jury 23/August 23 
A close fnend Introduces you to an Interest- 
ing person early in the week. Don't be ner- 1 
vous. Try to get to know him of her better, 
because this could be the one. A business 
associate needs your help with a project. Do 
what you can for this person, but don't let 
him or her take advantage of you. Sagittar- 
ius plays a key role oh Friday. 

Virgo - Aug 24/Sept 22 
A quarrel with a loved one has you walking 
on pins and needles. Don't put yourself 
through this. Just talk about the disagree- 
ment with him or her. It's the only way to get 
things back to normal. An old friend calls you 
out of the blue late In the week. Catch up 
with him or her; you're 
sure to learn some Interesting information. 

Libra- Sept 23/Oct 23 
Even though you want to help, try not to 
get Into the middle of a fight between two 
close friends. Your Involvement only will 



make things worse. They need to work this 
out on their own. That special someone 
has a surprise for you on Thursday. Enjoyl 

Scorpio - Oct 24/Nov 22 . 
You find out, some wonderful news this 
week, Scorpio, and want to teHeveryone 
you know about it/However, this lent the 
time. Keep It to yourself until Iho right mo- 
ment A' foved one asks for. your advice 
about a financial matter. Give him or her 
your honest opinion. ' 

Sagittarius - Nov 23/Dec 21 
Don't let your temper get the best of you 
this week, especially when you have a run- 
in with an acquaintance. Getting angry 
only will make the situation worse; Try to 
stay calm. A good friend invites you out to 
dinner late In the week. Say yes, because 
he or she has something Important to 
share with you. 



Capricorn - Dec 22/Jan 20 
Stand your ground when it comes to an Inv 
patamckdslatOtr^liytoswayyouropin- 
bn, but you shouldn't let them. Youhavetodo 
what's best for yourself. The person whom 
youVe been seeing calls it quits. While you re 
upset, donl tetlt getyqudown. You know that 
he or she isnl the one for you. 

. Aquarius -Jan 21/Feb 18 
Donl read too much Into a friend 's actions 
early In the week, Aquarius'. This person 
doosnt have a hidden agenda Overanaryz- 
Ing what he or she does only will cause 
problems between the two of you, A loved 
one asks a favor of you. Do what you can. 

Pisces -Feb 1 9/Mareh 20 
Don't make light of a loved one's problem 
this week, Pisces. He or she is In a serious 
situation and needs your help — not your 
humor. Be there for him or her. That special 
someone needs to talk to you this weekend. 
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wasn't pulling the covers 
over my head while trying to 
fall asleep after watching it. 

I didn't have any ghost-related 
nightmares, nor did I feel the need 
to sleep with the lights on. Hie 
Hauntingdid little to scare me. 

Three unsuspecting people are 
brought to Hill House as part of an 
insomnia research project by Dr. 
David Marrow (Liam Neeson). The 
old, stunning mansion, with its 
spooky statues and dark, foreboding 
hallways, welcomes the guests with 
open (and evil) arms. 

The three are an interesting 
mbc Theo (Catherine Zeta-Jones} is 
a fashion-conscious woman whose 
sexuality is hinted at as she shoots 
flirtatious glances at Nell (Liii Tay- 
lor). Nell, a wallflower-type woman, 
seems to have an eerie connection 
to the haunted house. Rounding out 
the group is Luke (Owen Wilson), 
whose surfer-boy looks and quirki- 
ness add a little humor. And is that a 
broken nose or is it just me? 

The group's first scary {and hu- 
morous) encounter is with the 
house's caretakers, the Dudleys 
(Bruce Dem and Marian Seldes), 
who are quick to inform the trio 
about the need for chains on the 
gate and the fact that nobody in the 
nearby town will be able to hear 
their screams if something goes 
wrong during the night. 



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Director 

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Starring 

Liam Neeson 

Lili Taylor 

Catherine Zeta-Jones 

Owen Wilson 

Marian Seldes 



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Spooky. 

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shouts cheesy lines at "Grain the 
digital ghost." Sorry, but that is not 
my idea of scary. 

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Uam Neeson, Owen Wilson and Catherine Zeta-Jones try to 
onto their sanity in "The Haunting," a remake Of the 1963 thrillerl 
about a house of horrors and secrets. 



movie? She really provided no sub- 
stance. The opinion of several of us 
here in the office is that Zeta-Jones 
was in the movie just for looks. Not 
to mention the actor who played 
Luke had a broken nose, which at 
times I found myself concentrating 
on more than the movie itself. 

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Theo was bisexual? What relevance 
does that have to the story? The au- 
dience gets to see Theo hitting on 
Nell. Then, all of a sudden, that part 
of the story isn't discussed anymore. 
So what was the point of itall? 

Third, during a discussion 
about purgatory, Nell said she spent 
10 years there. This is never ex- 
plained during the movie. 

For what It's worth, TheHaunt- 
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couple of good scares; and a few 
funny lines. The acting could defi- 
nitely have been better. Zeta-Jones 
should stick to action flicks such as 
The Mask ofZorro and Entrapment. 
The person who really worries me Is 
Neeson, who appears to have made 
some really bad career moves lately. 
First it was the Star Wars prequel 
flop. Now it's The Haunting.1 hate . 
to think of what lame film project 
he'll waste his time on next. 

Director Jan De Bont, whose 
credit list includes Twister and 



Speed, should have focused more on 
trying to siiare the audience In his 
adaptation of Shirley Jackson's Xhg 
Haunting of Hill House r ather than :i 
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•nSniea an) mor* la aeektog an open, Wendy SWM. wthout 
chttan. Adt J009 ^^^ ^ CHANCE 

Ogtotoa, operwnWed 8WPF. 29, 54*. i QJ^j^** *? 
hakJWet kVtooktoo to< a SWM, 24-50, toi ktondahlp aralpo*- 
^S^EmTSnW She entoya working oJaS new 

•^•^^lASYTO PLEASE 

towat. eartop, P^M£»MF, *£™**&?!^ 

^^^rSUe^auve^^^ 

Lovtog DW motoer. 40. ST. 'O^A^'^^te 
^k7» kuetoortv SWM. »M3. *♦» enteye *•»«««• 
rcStodtoa leerfng. votorteer work and moe. Ad*i51 7 

Akactt* SWF. « I SI, torn No*** Wwjrjoyiio* 
ZZrZZ** ci eeeaa e handaorne, nvecutor. canurue- 

Sa^e, aoMat swrfzv 5«\ ^^iS^I^TTs! 
to^^SWM,25^.kxarJO»»^retoiora%Adf.7734 

■ . A LOT Or FUN * 

Fu*tovtog SWPF, 29, 8T . wtt coly nid^hakairfbaaMyg 

' VOUHLUCKYDAY^, „ 

Eamotoo, WendV DW rootter ol ho, 29. 67%2l0*e^jr*llh 
Khal andble eyee. la •«^^*l«f l ^'iktM 
SWM. 2W. wtaar^Mmo^tokbgw^ ™«- *** 

^^^LC^rERHERE . ... 



MY TURN "' 
Thh Hendry SWP mother ol tour. 38.^ 1&%2&&& 
Iriendahto and common Intareata wtlh a SWPM, ZW& 
Adt2797 

LETSTALKSOON 
Eaaygotog SW mom. 48. 5T t 145toa.. wtt; JWW^ 

Adt.8428 

DAY BY DAY 
Atkacvye SWF, 32, who entoya ashing, toe theetor and mora^i 
tooUrab ■» carka awtoltog SWCM. 304a who haa a good 
tenae ol humor, Adt.7980 .- .- 

COMPATIBILITY _ 
atgotoo, protoaafonal SWF. 60, -ST, wttibtondkjlhaii ^and 

AJecttonata SWF. 61. ST. llSbe^w* ^^^f" 1 , 

m*. wbhee to meet a eompetWe SWM, «W4. for wonderful 

■^^SEIWmtid woman 

Lovtoa, aena)M and hardwarldnalhla SWF. 37.«^50l*, 
SKBbrtoertf endoe«eyei£^>^^ 
kami^aitdrra^r^ln^Shaaajtoa xomjata* 
SWM. 3545. wth a great aenaac4lvumor.Adt.69iO 
DYNAMIC 

Happy SWP mom, 44 who •^™ft^ to '?ffl!ii! 
SvS park, muato and iw£»«^^S jJami ^ 
SWPM, 40-50. who hat a good eenee or humor. Adt.124i 
IN GENERAL 

v Tanj eornbhad In Ma SVWZTjSjr. 



SHARE EVERYDAYTH1NQS . 
Outaotog. r/xxJ-rvumored. tecentv WWWmotr^SII . wttt 
town BkTeyes. torta wieyba< awimrrtng. bowing, fish™ 
SS^TtotooSne-a boldngbr an aflectto»to,aocttbleS 
3748.Adt3038 „„, 

SIMILAR INTERESTS? 

An~educaied SWM, 2M5, who mm ^^^M? 

outooors travftknoand mora, to 9w perlacl rmfch tor tf«ew- 

eva*,Adl.9?32 

*~ READY FOR ROMANCE^ 

Ptoasanl SWF. 40, 5T. with btonde hak and brown eyes, who 

w£rt mcvies, danctog. dtotog out end qualty cenmatton. 

SflS, taKV* loSring a*ahcere. handaorne SWFM. 37- 

47 AdtBSOO 

LETTHINOS DEVELOP: 




34. bfanftrhbrown hak and green &*■*»• <£ 

who tree ate tolva Meat Attt.1851 

JUST SAV YES 



LOVE IS COLOR BUND 
FrtondV SSM, 40. 6T. 220**. aeeka a tpedal SflJWF, 40-58, 
who onjoyt *bg out quiet evenings, bng wofta, Jan mate, 
and hortoW rkW Adl.5aia 

ATTRACnVETEACHER 
SWM, 27. 6", 175ba, who entoya good cawersaoo* ^pJjwcaJ 
tove^rnwiee.eo(T»edy,ptoyiS^ 
outtoors, romanas moonet waaa. ard qutot bmee, aeeka a 
SWF, under 35, tor a tono/terni retotortahk> Adt.6843 

HOW ABOUT A MOVIE? . 

Spontaneous SWM, 53. 5^1601*. w» gjwj^artbtoe. 

eontiitWo SWF, 4S5a Adt,6631 

NOW MEETTHE BEST 
Outgoing, educated SWPCM. 50, ff. 2101*., wtti brown 
takTeyet KV3, who enjoya muato, tie theater. UM Ml* 
J ' g out and cc«kuctton protects, la aeetong a fit. 
rSWCF, 35-50. Chidran okay. Adt.4919 

BLUESKIES *;•-. 

DW dad ol one, 29. 5*11ba, 275ba, wtti dark bbnd hak. btoe 
eyes and a goatee, who entoya TO)«<V*n0J™*»- f""**- 
concerto anleporla, to ISO a SF. 24-35. Adt.7933 
USTEN CLOSELY . 

^A GOOD USTENEH 
SWM, 34. 5T, 210toa. wth browfl ihak and bkM JireSjWho 

^ FREEWEEKENDS, ^^ 

Qreerteyed blond SWM. 47, 5V. who enjoya bpafrigjaia 

SHYBYNATURE ^ ^ t . 

Oiel, humorous SWM. apr. \ttofr **£***•* 

hiirtwmwhoer^ovt«p*^«amew^tieniJi,'oot*lsrtl 

bS^^SarAU, kaM^Oog a OTrF. 2t-2>. who can n»Ws twn 
^^ THEWINDINYOURHAIR ^^ 

SwnWW SWR 45bM«S!T«. Adl.7663 

'NOW MEETTHE BEST ■ 
Poftonatto SWPM. 54 6T,195to*« with dark hajr/oy as. wanta 
aVn!eeTa7ancM SrtT, 3r>M. w«h Ccod < «^«. -^ W 
tavel, working out and new experiences. Adt -9690 

CIRCLETHISAD . 

Eovgotog. Catvafc SWM. 44, ff, 1**H^j^brown heJrand 
eyeTe%a reading, oooktog and tie outtoon, and aeeka « 
SK 21-64 MtJ4«l 

: WAUCWiTHMB-'...-' • 
Fumantto SWPM. 43. srif. w»h brown hak and hazel eyes. 
S£k« a txautW S^ur^41who abo a^M horseback 

^^^e^d^e'p^reath^ 

Outgoing, caring SWPM. 55, S6*. 160bs, w* salt and pepper 

V REBUILD YOUR LOVE UFE 

SWdadolone, 58. ST. 1701a, wtti brownhak. btoe eywand 
a beard, enjoys goK, bowing, board and card gtmea,gourmej 
SKarklroMnee. He's boktog tor a W. amecheSWF. 
under 35. Aaa\6502 

MOVE QUICKLY -^ L '^-- 
This tmpbyod. rurvbvtog, ktod SWM. 36. b*. 220bfcwtti*lv 
btond Thakand blue eyeaTb tooktog fof a ton. canng SF, 2541 
Adl.9629 

MANY OPTIONS . 

Dcwn-tc-earti SWM, 52. 8T. 2^^«W». P*£ "J" "* 
ktonda. aoorto. dtotog out and rousfe. He la tookng to meet an 
SSygoto^.Adt.4060 wwi ^ _ 

LETS GETTOO ETHER ^ 

Outgoing, ermtoyed SW dad ol OMjJJir^ l***^ 
bto^tohw andblueeyes. who entoys working on cart, movtes. 
SweJaa^a^r^kma w*X o^htar. -ata or . M 
beach, muato and more, to aeektog a lurvtowng SWF, 1B-Z7. 
who Btea kida. Adt JSOI^ 

SELF-MOTIVATED 

ConatotSWFM.44,6 1 . ' 
a HIS. enjoys gcetog. 



ARE YOU ITAUAN7 
, SWPM, 45, b*. ISOtoa; hVS, wnrt atoeara and ihougWA 
eVtot a wWy oTtokne* and lia*a aaeto an aBracftra 
SwTsltS. M. r*gW**igh< proportonato. Ad«,7026 

A RARE RND^ \t 
SWM, 54, 5T. 220t*. who k ithyat *£«&» ***** 

tog tor an honest, thewa SWF, ( wu '<»- W*-* 238 

ANDTHB WINNER IS ." 
Thto Mtonabto SWP dad. 44. «?Vt601bS; L wihbtorf hak 
a^btowitenayee, anbya evtfW'KMto'bsM^J* 
**Zfi£3ci^Ht aeefcai an ac*«. compatWe 

SWF. 3543, tor a (bW^TR;*^^", 
S H APPY-004.UCKY 
LakMiack SWM, 44, FIO*. USDe, wWi ibrown hak and btoe 

am Oregon, '»^^^^^ h ^* 
kn for a paOe, caring SWF. 3648. who kkea chMren. 

iAW YOU NEVER KNOW 

"Trrvalng, aporta, natwwaloiand dk*abuCarel totoneto of 
«iia actva sm 37. 510*. ITaM.wttibrownhak^Mg 
eyea. He"a Itootog to apend ama wtti an opowrtndad SWF. 
Adl2739 

QETTO KNOW ME 
MutculafSWM,23.er t 1K)a»,widibtoMhair^ 
who anbyt hoeieyjweky. baietaland.tooCiel, la ISO an 

START UFE OVER 

Aavonturous DWM, 45, who enjoys movtoa and a wide ivari- 

ehc4oiitdewactWios,tot*okk^Bnactiv«,c«tr/j^ 

AdtJ7M 

A GOOD CATCH . 

Cathotc SW dad. 39. 59", 170t».,w«h black hak and brown 
eyea. la tooktog tor a tkioare, honest SWF. 3445, tor a poa- 
at^ratottonshlp.Adl.1578 . , 

■DYNAMITE PERSONALITY 
Humorom SWCM. 38, 511*. IBOba, with brown hak/eyee, 
I enjoy* ilaratuie. nature, cross-country mo»ora«lng. dkt bit- 
kigind howoks an acirve,horv«iSF.26XJ4.Adt.6t58 

. MY SPECIAL ONE? 
Furvlovtog SWM, 32. 511*. 235US, wtti brown ru^eyea, 
whoer^kar*^,dirt^,bc^wwar4trtwfcig.alSOa 
warm SWF, aga wtimportonL AoV.7567 
WHO KNOWS 
Attracts MendV SWPM, 34. Sir. IBSbt.. with i brown 
hatooyes, fa tkeomtog of a romantic, adventuroH SF. 39 or 
urttetAdl.7342 

A LOT OF LOVE 
SW dad, 43. SV. 1651*, wOi short brownhak and haiel 
eyee, who enjoys model buiotog. gardentogand more, is ISO 
skiid SWF, 3345. Adt 5320 

FALL IN LOVE 

Meet to ajr^.earingSWIW.22, 5m 240»- ^ ira *" 

hak and btoe eyea, a yoi/ra a torvtovtog SF, over 20. who 



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keeping active and making new ktonda, 

CIRCLETHtS AD ' ..'. 
Humorous SWM, 45, 5T, 156Da.. wtti btondl hakand btoa 
jyos-wrxser^gantontog. carrptog. canowg andrrcfe.B 
(ooktogtor a bubUy. honest SF, age un«mpcirtant.wtti a sense 
oJhuntx. Ada. 4274 

OPEN-MINDED 
Ooakirtontod SWM. 25. 5T, 125b*, with brown hak and 
btoe eyas, hVS. who enjoy* toe ouktoora. mrtor^^iav- 
eang. rnountakt cambtog and kayatong. aeeka a SF. 18-29. 
AtJt.7729 

HIGH ON UFE 
Energetic. goaHveartod DWPM.38. ST. ISBto*, wtti brown 
hak/aye*; WS. who enjoys bk-ycSng. canptog. ■<*[»*» 
(tons, ckusto cara. toe ouktoora and more, la seeking an 
iairtve, active SWF, 34-39, NTS. Mt.2830 

IDEAL DATE '. 
Laid-back SWM, 24. 51 \\ wtti toowivitWitond hair and btoa 
eyes, who enjoya runntoa w*gh«8lng andOve beech, is 
aeektog a slender, corrpaistonala SF. Adt«70 

HE'LL MAKE YOU HAPPY. • 
Stocere, eartog SWM, 41, 5. wtti brown hu/eyes, a hand- 
lOfna guy, seeks that special lady, a caring, wcore SWF. 
under 35. Adt J418 

CANT GO WRONG 
SWM. 55, 5-11", 195bs, who enjoys Mng Be to «w total 
wants to meet a SF. under 50. Adt. 8859 

HOLD MY HAND 
SeM-emptoyed SWM. 46, Sr. UStos, who entoya eoolong, 
oardentog, musto, ana dtotog. cainptog. barbecues anddanc- 
L^^anaaectwW»eS^3Ma.fc3raff74 

GREAT SMILE 
SWM. 47. 6*r, 205ba»w» brown hak art rAaeyea^wto 
•ntoyi nwtoa,l»e outooora. mat and dwvg out, is hoping 
toMukomaSWF,3S48.AdlJ2236 

'lESTFORUFE 




MAKE ME LAUGH 



tntoCgenl SWM, 34 ^who entoyajaedkip. muse, bngwajks 
artTK gnat oottooo, ;to aeektog a afiarwg. f 
Adt.7274 



.honesiSWF. 



NOT TO WORRY: 





WS.AdlA073 

THIS IS IT 

Funtovtog and atwgataj SWF, 16, ST. tM«»a^i»»whfarf ha* 

tooktog tor a SWM, 1H9. AdJJWO 

fkOADTO ADVENTURE 



danokn and county male. Ha aaeto a con 
SWF. 3546, wtti loncmnga goatoJktt.1391 

mine tinTTuCQ 



pure motives 
««-— , waucwiTHME^. ^„ 

•VjSSKwSaaBeTr"^ 

SWM, 27. 59\ 235ta, wtti bmto hak arvdgakn M, ** 
ar?tt«ttt&r»«g«^ ' 



Funny SBM. 24. ST. who enjoy* sporttwktogout. <■»- 
kw^terWw t> musk: and *>$*« M\ boktog to meet a ton-. 

kwng.WrtgoingSF.Adt.e342 

■ VISION OF TWO 

Muscular SWM. 27. who enjoy* sporta, romjnjc werungs. 
bfttog and more, fa seekwg an oc^n-mWed. attractive, 
r«r«nlicSWF.AdtJ351 

LOOKING FOR LOVE '-\ ?■---- . 
Cartog SWM. 24. 5S". 160tos, with ight trown harand haiel 
eves. ^vho enjoy* dtotog out, mowes.long wsAsand more, s 
to^Ww«*Wardtog SWF. 18-31. Adt.2316 

NOT TOO LATE 
Eneroetis SUM. 18, 6T.-140ba.. with dark haa/eyes, who 
. «Sy*sports, boards end more, fa hoping to meet an active 
SWF. ovor 18. Adt .7667 

IN DUE TIME 
Aftecuonaia. down-kmarth SWM. 58, StT. witosak arrfpep- 
per hak. btoa eyes, who enjoy* the jenpto Bwigs to Uevto 
Mektog a tovtoft «bcere SAF.S2-57. tor a tong-te™ tetotion- 
shto.Adt3334 .\4fl«tiHHB 

CONTINENTAL CHARM 
Honest Euopeaivtorn SWPM. 35, who enjoy* swimming. 
iking, btoydng. movtos. concerts and more, seeks a SWF. 
25-32, t*S. Ads, 1223 

SICK OF BEING SINGLE 
Eaaygotog. ft SWM. 47. wtti btond hak. -to searching bra 
conip5S SF. 3W5. who enjoy* dkwg out ^concerts, the 
toeatof. waij atong the waier and more.Adt.6362 

NEW HORIZONS 
Eaaygotog SW dad, 39. 58\ 170toa, wiftgreyhM and I gran 

tog to meet a compattile SWF. 25-35, «*« Hub cnioren. 
Ait.7784 '■' 

HELLO LOVE 
SWM, 23. 5ir. wtti btoek Wr and browyi sy**j*o wfoys 
wreantog. cwmtry musk: and gong to cktos. seeks a tweet. 
ESsF.wXatowar tok^Mt«2 

YOUR CALL'S IMPORTANT ; 
retired SWM.63, IB^wttip^ytojbrmw^^ 

, anjoyt lie ouktoora, natora, lahng. hs dog. mmjeaj 
a^ralaxtog. Ha'ik>c*foabrtproportDnatoSWF. 
;wttisto4ukMraata.AdiJr56 ■ 

MOVE FAST, ■ 

Oubnhg SW dad, 40, ST. tTOta, wttj dMAbrown hak and 




^«SHt5Sawfe»- 

wtl-raagRSBgyttt. 

ZLjcwpi apendtog ama wtti a to**/, •&***"*, W, 
XrkiMiovf wahbto%l* hak and blue eyea. Adl 8787 



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DtSCbVER LOVE 

Sanattv*. yet bubbry and ^J»»l <, ' B ffi !*j 

^^"^'^S&NATURE ^^ 

who enjoy* dancing. Ihetvaator. mwto*. •^'••"S ■£ 
qutot evwtopa, to aaarehhg tor an Iwes* humorous SWM, 45- 

TOUCH OF CLASS 

^^^ONTOYOUR HEART ^ 
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. dintog, *w theater, danctog ansS nunc 



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Outaotog. huntroua 8WM. : 21. WJ6»tj* brow 

-*"" HEYYOU 

Ridtog motorwete*. tteittiMtkka ane Mm**!*, osatooe. 

^^•"^ Prepared 

Ship andgrsat time* , Ad#,6549 

SEARCHING 
fivMM sa. 511' 185k*.. wtti brown hak and haul eyea, la 
K ton S» SW^MO. who .vtoy* Chid,*!, 
tohtoaboatno and bra waaa. Adt.7189 - 
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Located for 30 years in what is now the heart of Lake- 
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Hanging Loose to Hana and Back 



My wife, Fran, and I went 
to Maui in June for a 
short vacation and 
also, more importantly, 
to attend the wedding of a couple of 
good friends. We had planned to go 
to the Hawaiian Islands for our 25th 
wedding anniversary next year, but 
decided to move the trip up and 
combine both events. 

The day of the wedding, being a 
day before we leave this tropical 
paradise, I decide to squeeze in 
one more vacation memory by tak- 
ing on the infamous "Road to 
Hana." 

Veteran Road to Hana travelers 
and islanders call it Divorce High- 
way. As new explorers we would 
soon test this moniker. 

The trip from Kahului Airport 
typically takes about three hours, 
one way, to cover a little more than 
50 miles. 

My wife reluctantly rides shot- 
gun in our 4-door Chevy Cavalier 
rental car that will transport us 
during our, or should I say my 
quest. It is the one place on the is- 
land where rental car companies 
forewarn all not to go. Fran tells me 
inyery logical terms how this all im- 
portant wedding will be at 
4 p.m. and how there will not be 
enough time to make it to Hana and 
back. Not to fret, I assure her 
that we will not go all the way to 
road's end, but will turn around 
once a sufficient amount of 
exploring has been accomplished. 
So it is with a big tallyho that we 



head off in the direction of Hana. 

Along this road, officially la- 
beled Route 360, are the sights and 
smells of a rain forest, only safer, as 
we come across not one wild ani- 
mal. The vegetation is green, thick. 
and almost completely 
unspoiled by the human species. 

As we come upon the halfway 
point to Hana, a rest stop with sev- 
eral portable toilets, Fran expresses 
that now would be a good time to 
break and then start our journey 
back to our hotel room in order to 
get back in time for the wedding. 
But there is still plenty of time, I 
opine. We have only come half 
way and the best is probably in the 
second half, why not just go a little 
further? 

Without much further discus- 
sion and in full control of the keys to 
the rental I pull out of the wayside 
back onto the road to Hana, contin- 
uing on to what surely will be an 
unforgettable odyssey. 

After several more miles of nev- 
er-ending death defying turns and 
my getting less than enthusiastic 
"huh, huh" to my repeated "Isn't 
that great dear?," it becomes clear 
that my wife's mind is no longer 
on this expedition, if it ever was. I 
pull about and instantly feel the 
presence of relief in the air as she 
settles in for a snooze, 

A man in the middle of the road, 
wearing bright yellow rain gear, sur- 
rounded by a slew of traffic cones, 
furiously waving his hands above his 
head forebodes a heap of trouble. 



As I slow down and pull up to 
the Maui man in the middle of the 
road, laskifwearebeingdetoured. 
"Not at all," he says... "the road is 
closed." "Oh," is my reply. 

It wasn't long before that well 
known Hawaiian laid back and 
"hang loose" feeling dissipated. Our 
adventurous trip, it seems, is 
ground to a halt simply as a result of 
some local road work. 

It was at this point I feel my 
life span shortening. Now fully 
awake, my wife Is in tears realiz- 
ing we will be missing the wed- 
ding. Between the sobs I hear 
what sounds like threats of bodily 
harm cast In my direction. I have 
to think and act fast! 

I plead with the Maul man to let 
me through in this life and death 
situation, but to no avail. New 
idea. I ask him if there is an airport 
around, this side of the closed road, 
that has those island hopping 
planes or helicopters I'd read about 
in the travel brochures. He said he- 
knew of an airport in Hana, but did- 
n't know what kind of aircraft flew 
out of there or when. 
. We make good time getting to 
the Hana airport, under an hour, a 
third less time than the rule of 
thumb hour-and-a-half. 

The airport is very small and 
has only one short runway. It is 
located in a clearing, In the mid- 
dle of nowhere, just on the edge 
of the town of Hana. It has two 
small buildings, one being the 
passenger terminal the other the 



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venture. Travelling to the island of Maui for a friend's wedding 
evolved into the trip of a lifetime for the couple. — Submitted 
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mechanic's shed. 

The terminal is only about twice 
the size of Round Lake's train sta- 
tion and has just as many employ- 
ees. A lady stands behind a counter 
about the size a carnival barker 
would use. 

After parking and locking up the 
rental car for its overnight stay, Frari 
and I make haste to the front desk to 
inquire about alternate transporta- 
tion. 

After several anxious minutes of 
discussion with the lady attendant 
we discover mat all charter flights, 
both small airplanes and heli- 
copters, are full and no others are 
Available: '% t%t$ : ' I V '? i 

Frantic, I pose the question to 
the lady about possibly leasing a he- 
licopter for just Fran and me. She 
says it's worth a try and recom- 
mends one of the charter helicopter 
outfits who do almost anything. 

I get on the phone to them, fin- 
gers and toes crossed on all limbs, 
and tell them our sad tale. They 
say they'll have to see if they can lo- 
cate a pilot and will call back. So we 
wait. 

Ring, ring. I hope it's good 
news. The lady hands me the tele- 
phone and I ask in a confidant 
voice, "Were you able to get a pi- 
lot?" The person on the other end 
says that they have and that he 
can be 
here in about 15 minutes. Whew! 

As we scan the skies for our heli- 
copter the thought crosses our 
mind on a new problem. We will fly 
out of here and leave the rental car 
behind, meaning we must return to 
retrieve it. Sending a tow 
truck to get it will cost $500. We 



know this because they told us so 
when we got the car. It would 
also open us up to suffering the 
ridicule of hearing "we told you so." 

With a melding of the minds 
that would do Star Trek's Mr. Spock 
proud, Fran and I decide that we 
will just get another rental car once 
we get back to the big airport. We'll , 
need it to get to our hotel 
room and then to the wedding. The 
two of us will drive back early the 
next morning to Hana to retrieve 
our first rental. It means Fran, who 
doesn't drive as reckless as I, will 
have to negotiate the same treach- 
erous road — this time from behind 
the steering wheel. >m- - „ 

A black whirly bird drops from 
the sky. Our ride has arrived. 

We make it to the sunset wed- 
- ding with time to spare and the 
bride and groom are none the wiser. 

We must once again experience 
the Road to Hana and back in order ; 
to — retrieve the first rental car, 
get back, return it to Budget, return 
the second car to National, and be 
at the airport in time for our flight 
home at 2 pm. ' 

Fran and I load up the car and 
check out of the motel. It is pedal- 
to-the-metal time. 

We gas up and return our two 
rental cars and then check in with 
the flight desk. And guess what, 
there's still time to buy pineapples 
for the folks back home. — ByBbh 
Krywko 

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Cost is $10, Offered upon request. 
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Aug. 12, Garp J. Emerzian, DPM, 
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Sports medicine, will present 
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health seminar and screening, at 
Victory Memorial Hospital, 1324 
North Sheridan Road, Waukegan. 
Dr. Emerzian will discuss foot and 
ankle problems and care,,Imme- r , 
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will screen attendees for arthritis,. \ 
circulatory, diabetic and other 
foot problems. Space is limited. 
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July 30, 1999 




Whether you're at the beach, 
pool, gym, camp, work, or even 
hanging around the house, there's a 
good chance you may develop a 
fungal Infection this summer. 

"Summer heat and humidity 
brings excess moisture and sweat- 
ing to our bodies, creating the per- 
fect setting for fungi to grow or fun- 
gal infections to develop," says der- 
matologist.Guy Webster, M.D.; As- 
sociate Professor and Director for 
Cutaneous Pharmacology at 
Thomas Jefferson University. "Fun- . 
gi tend to thrive in warm, moist 
places, such as between the toes, in 
the groin, under the breasts, and , 
other parts of the body." One of 
every five persons gets a fungal in- . 
fection at some time. 

Athlete's foot Is the most com- 
mon fungal skin Infection in hu- 
mans and affects ah estimated 70 ' 
percent of adults. It occurs mostly 
among teenagers and adult males. 
Many people will develop it at least 
once in their lives. 

Contrary to popular belief, 
walking barefoot in places like pub- 
lic showers, swimming pools, and 
locker rooms are hot the main caus- 
es of athlete's foot, but they can be 
contributing factors; "Sweaty feet, 
not drying feet well after swimming 
or bathing, tight shoes and socks 
. which offer no ventilation, and a 
warm climate present the perfect 



setting for the fungus that causes 
athlete's foot to grow," notes 
Ronald Lepow. D.P.M., president- 
elect of the American Pediatric 
Medical Association. 

Athlete's foot may affect differ- 
ent people in different ways.' 
Symptoms may include cracked, 
blistered and peeling areas be- 
tween the toes, redness and scal- 
ing on the soles, and intense 
itching.. Athlete's foot may 
spread to other parts of the foot, 
including toenails. The fungal 
infection can also extend to other 
parts of the body, notably the 
groin (commonly referred to as 
jock itch) and underarms, by those 
who scratch the Infection and then 
touch themselves elsewhere. 

Proper treatment of a fungal in- 
fection depends oh the right diag- 
nosis, which makes going to a 
physician so important, stresses Dr. 
Lepow. Before treating what you 
think may be athlete's foot or some 
other fungal infection, he advises to 
check with your podiatrist or der- 
matologist, who can diagnose the 
condition and prescribe the correct 
course of treatment 

Should you choose to first self- 
treat your athlete's foot with an 
over the counter antifungal cream, 
be advised that some of these prod- 
ucts may relieve some symptoms 
fairly quickly, but don't necessarily 



alleviate the problem, cautions Dr. 
Webster. "While your skin may look 
better and temporarily feel better, 
' the infection can remain for some 
time afterwards. Athlete's foot is 
notorious for its high rate of recur- 
rence, he says." If you notice no im- ' 
provement within two weeks of us- 
ing an over the counter product, he 
suggests you call your doctor to de- 
termine ffa fungus Is the cause of 
the problem. 

For athlete's foot and other fun- 
gal infections such as jock itch and 
ringworm of the skin, your doctor 
may prescribe Spectazole (econa- 
zole nitrate 1 percent) Cream. Spec- 
tazole is a prescription antifungal 
cream approved for treatment 
against nine major organisms, in- - 
eluding yeast, more than twice as 
many than most other topical anti- 
fungal medications do. In various 
clinical sUidies, a majority of pa- 
tients with moderate to severe ath- . 
lete's foot experienced early relief of 
symptoms, high cure rates, and low 
incidents of relapse following the 
recommended treatment wi tli 
Spectazole. 

In more severe cases, a doctor 
may prescribe foot soaks before ap- 
plying antifungal creams. If your 
athlete's foot is stubborn, antifun- 
gal oral medication may be pre- 
scribed. 

While it is not easy to prevent 



athlete's foot and other fungal in- 
fections, both doctors say you can 
take steps to lessen your chances of 
Infection by following some simple 
rules: 

• Wash your feet daily. 

• Dry your feet thoroughly, es- 
pecially in between your toes. n , 

• Avoid tight footwear, especial- 
ly in the summer. Sandals are the 
best warm weather footwear. 

« Wear cotton socks and change 
them daily or more frequently if 
they become damp. Don't wear 
socks made of synthetic materials. 

• If possible, go barefoot at 
home. 

• Dust an antifungal powder , 
into your shoes in the summertime. 
Don't let rashes go untreated, adds 
Dr. Webster. Not treating the rash at 
all can result in skin blisters and 
cracks that can lead to bacterial in- 
fections. 

During clinical trials, approxi- 
mately 3 percent of patients treated 
with Spectazole Cream reported 
side effects thought possibly to be 
due to the drug, consisting mainly 
of burning, itching, stinging and 
erythema (redness). 

For further information about " 
Athlete's Foot, visit the American 
Academy of Dermatology Web site 
atwww.aad.org and the American 
Pediatric Medical Association Web 
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Warmer weather increases water-related accidents 



As summer heat makes an 
early appeareance, health ex- 
perts at Children's Hospital of 
Wisconsin are asking adults to 
be extra careful when their chil- 
dren are near lakes and swim- 
ming pools. 

The hospital reports about 
20 drownings or near-drownings 
each year, Sue Sorge, RN, Trau- 
ma and Injury Prevention man- 
ager said. 

"We can't stress enough how 
important It is to always be 
watching children when they are 
near water, " Sorge said. "Even 
children who have had swim- ' 
ming lessons need to be watched 
when swimming, boating or 
playing close to water," 



Although people may think 
they already are taking strong 
precautions, Sorge said most 
drownings or near-drownings 
occur when adults are nearby. 

"Nationally, about 70 per- 
cent of preschoolers who drown 
were being supervised at the 
time of the drowning, " Sorge 
said. "And, more than SO percent 
of preschooler pool drownings 
occur in the child's own home 
pool, while another 33 percent 
.occur in the pools of friends, 
family members or neighbors." 

Sorge urged parents and 
adults to take the following pre- 
cautions when children are 
swimming or near water: 

•Never leave children alone 



, when they are near water and do 
not allow them to swim alone or 
unsupervised. 

•Always keep your child in 
your line of vision. 

•Designate a pool lifeguard 
at all social functions. 

•Never assume someone else 
is watching your child. 

•Neyer rely on floatation de- 
vices to assist children who do 
not have strong swimming skills. 

•Teach your child pool safety 
rules, such as no running and no 
pushing. 

•Enclose pools with fences 
children cannot climb over. 
Make sure all gates are self-clos- 
ing and have latches placed . 
where children cannot teach 
them. 



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preschoolers in life vests while. 
in a boat or on a pier. 
Drowning facts 

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jury-related deaths for children 
14 and under. Each year, more . 
than 1,200 children age 14 and 
younger drown. Seventy-five 
percent of them are between 1 
and 3 years old. 

•Each year, near-drownings 
cause an estimated 4,000 chil- 
dren under 14 to be admitted to 
hospitals for treatment, while 
more than 16,000 children are 
treated in emergency rooms and 
released. Often, children may be 
resuscitated, but are left with 
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Illinois Attorney General Jim 
Ryan unveiled a statewide hotline 
number for consumers that allows 
, .them to contact his office's new 
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The bureau has begun identify - 
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tive practices in the marketing and 
delivery of health care. It is 
equipped to mediate consumer 
complaints and file civil lawsuits 
under the state's Consumer Fraud 
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and Medicare; 1 ; :.?." ' 

"A.cdnsumer is entitled to 
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deception," Attorney General Ryan 
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plaints for mediation. So far; the bu- 
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line. Consumers who want to file 
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business hours. The hotline num- 
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In addition, Ryan will conduct 
information forums at hospitals 
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Ways to take heart in a hurried world 



Dear Readers, 

Does It feel to yon like life Is 
extremely hurried? If Itlsnt the 
! Idds' lessons, It's work. If It 
work, It's fixing dinner. If It 
fixing dinner, it's the kid's 
sports events, etc etc. etc. 
Sometimes, It becomes difficult . 
to focus on the great things In 
life because we're running to 
catch up with life! I wanted to 
do a column for you on some of 
the great things that! have felt 
In my own life that have really 

helped me to see things dearly* 
I think these will inspire you 
like they have inspired me. If 
you try to at least think ol these 
things once a day to once a 
week, you will fed what I am 
talking about Here they are . . . 

• Think of someone you care a 
great deal about and put their 
needs before your own even though 
it is inconvenient for you. Notice 
the look on their face when they 
know it Notice how it feels to have 
given that 

• Take a moment out to actually 
look hard at a beautiful sunset The 
last one I did this with was the most 



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incredible shades of pink and purple 
I have ever seen. I actually took the 
child I was working with at the time 
and took him over to the window 
with me to look at this Incredible 
sunset It really was awe-inspiring. ' 

* Get together with someone ;"* 
just to laugh really hard! I don't 
mean twittering over a joke, I mean 
the kind of laughter that you feel all 
over your body. Not only is It a great 
feeling, but it is supposed to be a 
great workout for the heart muscles. 
I can remember being in high 
school and getting together with my 
best friend Stacey and first just scar- 
ing the daylights out of each other 
and then laughing for hours! It's 
great fun, especially If you area per- 
son who spends most of your time 
running from pace to place. 

• Take a good hard look at your 
children's faces and see how in- 



credibly beautiful they are! Some- 
times we take this for granted and 
don't look closely enough. 

• In a similar vein, if you have 
dogs or cats, take some time and 
look at how beautiful they are. 
Look at their markings and how 
their fur flows. Also, if you take 
some time and sit withthem by 
yourself, you can find an incredi- 
ble peace. They say that animals 
can actually lower your blood 
pressure!? believe It and have 
experienced It. 

• Think about the last miracle In 
your life! Miracles happen every 
day! Sometimes we just don't notice 
them. Our lives take many twists 
and turns and sometimes they feel 
like they are bad directions, when 
they are really miracles In disguise. 
When I think of some of the things 
that have happened to me In my life 
that would have sent me down a 
completely different path (the 
wrong path] . I get awe-Inspired. 
Some of the things that Host along 
the way that made me feel terrible 
at the time, were actually things that 
were putting me on the right road 
that ultimately took me where I 
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where I wanted to be! Thinking 
about it makes me feel terrific. We 
all have those experiences and 
thinking about them even once In a 
while can be Incredible. 

• Think about the people in 

, your life that you are so thankful 
fori We all have em! 

• Do something silly that Isn't in 
your character or isn't something 
you'd do as an adult Obviously, 
don't do anything illegal or any- 
thing that will get you in trouble, 
but silly, innocent things can be 
great I can remember a time that 
work was stressful and one day, I 
called a friend and we went swing- 
ing. No, I don't mean at a bar. I 
mean on a playground. We actually 
got in the swings and swung as high 
we could It was wonderful fun! 
Your tiling might be different, but 
can be equally as fun! 

I: The bottom line is that we 
are here on this earth to enjoy 
our lives. Life is short and Is 
meant to be lived every moment. 
Sometimes, we end upon "auto 
pilot" to the point that we miss 
so much. I have had weeks go by 
and I can't believe the week has 
actually gone by already. 

It is important to take little ' 
breathers and actually look around 



at what is there. I remember that 
when I got married, my beautician 
told me to make a point of asking 
my Matron of Honor to tap me on 
the shoulder at certain points dux- . 
ing the reception so that I could 
wake up and become aware of 
everything that was going on 
- around me at that very moment 
She told me that if I didn't do that, 
the whole day would be gone in a 
snap and I might hot have stopped 
to look. I did have my Matron of 
Honor do that for me and it was the 
best thing that I could have done! 
I'm suggesting that these little 
things and others can be ways of 
you tapping yourself on the shoul- 
der to look around and see what 
.great things there are to be experi- 
enced In your life! 



This column is for entertainment 
■ purposes only. Information in this 
column cannot and should not re- 
place proper Psychological treat- 
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Clinical Psychologist, childhood be- 
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book, "Why kids misbehave! What 
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holds carnival 

For the past 51 years, service organizations and volunteers have £ 
sponsored a Carnival for patients at the North Chicago Veterans 
Affairs Medical Center. The Carnival includes games, prizes and 
plenty .of hot dogs, ice cream, cake and other goodies for the hos- , 
pitalized veterans. The service organizations and volunteers co- 
ordinate the entire event with the assistance of staff at the med- 
ical center. This year Queens from Lake County were on hand to 
visit and assist patients at the Carnival. The Queens who partici- 
pated were: Left, Amanda Wilson, Miss Fox Lake; Meg Shafer, Lib- 
ertyville, 1998 Junior Miss Lake County Fair; Mary Arzer, Junior 
Miss Mundelein; Jenn Kemer, Miss Antioch; Sarah Koth, Miss Lin- 
denhurst; Maggy Springer, Miss Zion take a moment to visit with 
hospitalized veteran Casimir Kaliskl and Navy Corpsmen SR Tan "... 
Paul Richer at the recent Carnival held at the North Chicago V. A. d 
Medical Center. 



Calcium may prevent gum problems , 

progresses far enough„the jaw- 
bone that keeps teeth in place 
eventually is destroyed, causing 
teeth to loosen and fall out Ad- 
vanced cases of periodontal dis- ■/ 
ease are the leading cause of tooth 
loss in the United States. But 
stronger bone reinforced by calci- 
um is believed to better withstand 
the bacterial onslaught. 

A 1996 study conducted at Tufts 
showed that post- menopausal 
women who lost teeth also were 
losing bone density in their hips 
and rest of their bodies at a faster 
rate than women who did not lose 
teeth. "If you lose bone everywhere jj 
else in the skeleton, you're likely to 
lose bene in the jaw," says Elizabeth 
Krall, PhD, who led that research 
project "Conversely, if calcium has 
a good effect on the rest of the 
skeleton, you might expect to see 
benefits in the jaw too." .-«i 



Getting enough calcium may 
lower a person's risk of developing 
periodontal, or gum disease accord- 
ing to information published in the' 
July issue of the Tufts University 
Health & Nutrition Letter. 

Dental researchers at the State 
University of New York at Buffalo 
made trie finding when they looked 
at records of calcium consumption 
and the extent of periodontal dis- - 
ease in nearly 15,000 people. Men 
and women who had calcium in- 
takes of fewer than 500 mil- 
ligrams, or half the recommend- 
ed daily value, had a higher risk 
for detachment of the gums from 
teeth. The association was par- 
ticularly evident for adults in 
their 20s and 30s, 

Periodontal disease is an infec- 
tion caused by bacteria that accu- 
mulate in pockets between the 
teeth and gums. If the infection 



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Come feel 
the thunder!! 



If you're looking for a relatively 
inexpensive evening with a lot of 
noise, speed and excitement, I 
highly recommend Wilmot 
Speedway, located just north of An- 
tioch off Highway C in Wilmot, Wis- 
consin. 

Last Saturday, the thunder- 
ous echoes of the 410-cubic " 
inch, 000 -horsepower engines 
carrying the area's best sprint 
car racers representing mostly 
Wisconsin and Illinois, treated 
a packed house to a memo- 
rable night of racing as part of 
Wilmot's annual "King of Wis- 
consin Sprints" event; 

First, our congratulations to 
Todd Daun of Pleasant Prarie, 
Wis., for winning his first-ever . 
sprint car feature. 

Daun started but sixth in the 
A'Main and wound up holding 
off Kurt Winker of Kenosha en 
route to the title, crown, tro- 
phy, and the $3,000 first prize. 

Perhaps two of the favorites 
heading in, point-leader and 
three-time feature winner 
Tommy Sexton of Antioch arid 
Johnsburg's Dave Moulls, 
three-time Wilmot champion 
and 1998 "King of The Sprints," 
each had their share of difficul- 
ties prior to the race. Sexton, 
bad drive line and all, was sad- 
dled with the scratch while 
Moults, because of a flat tire, 
had to start at the back of the 
pack and wound up 19th. 

Now, a special thanks are in 
order to two gentlemen that 
work behind the scenes, so to 
s'peak,. a make Wilmot what it . 
ife. I'm sure many of you know 
of th'em. 

[ They are Lakeland Newspa- 
pers very own, Mike Babicz, 
who, incidently, was promoted 
from within to News editor and 
fias been the "voice" or track 
announcer at Wilmot for the 
past 20 years, arid, Wilmot ' 
Speedway President arid Pro- 
moter Andy Calin. 

Both provided me the ut- 
most hospitality on a night that 
saw the scoreboard lights go 
out momentarily arid in the 
heat of some intense racing, 
had several sprint cars head off 
to the pits, whether it be due to 
a crash or perhaps more com- 
monly, in search of some form 
of mechanical adjustment. 

Calin, along with partner 
and wife Debbie, took over the 
track four years ago from then 
long-time president and pro- 
moters, Ray and Joan Toft of 
Antioch. 

Ray is the former Mayor of 
Antioch and in one way or an- 
other for over 40 years, has 
been instrumental in the oper- 
ation of Wilmot Speedway. 

Meanwhile, Calin, in my ob- 
servation (as well as many oth- 
ers) runs a top-notch facility 
that encourages fun for the en- 
tire family, whether you're of 
the racing-inclined or not. 

Calin was kind enough to let 
me accompany him in the pace •■ 
car prior to the start of the main 
event What a rush, havlne 20 cars 
follow in closely behind, alt eager- 
ly awaiting the green flag. 
i Wilmot plays host to a vari- 
ety of racing, from the niodi- 
fieds to sprint cars, and 
chances are, there's a guy, or 
gal, that represents your re- 
spective area. So it would be- 
hoove one to go check this out. 
It is, in my opinion, the closest 
thing to being in the car itself 
because your right on top of 
the action. Good food, souve- 
hiersi'ahd an ehergeticcrowd : 
are what you're in store for. A 
good time will be had by all! *. 

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JANNAN J. KHUR1 
Correspondent 

Capable and sincere-two 
words marly people In the Karate 
community use to describe Karate 
.Sensei Anna Conners of the Anti- 
och Shotokari Karate School. Are 
there other personal traits . that 
make this five-foot, two-inch tall, 
second degree black belt so suc- 
cessful as a Karate instructor and 
business woman? 

According to Conners' Sensei, 
Jim O'Hara, what she lacks in 
stature she makes up for in confi- 
dence. A trait many of her stu- 
dents find has been enhanced by 
attending her school. 

:/The school, In it's sixth year, 
has been building the confidence 
for men, children and women 
alike, and offers. classes for all ages 
whatever their level of skill may 
be. 

One of the women who has 
gained more confidence through 
Karate at Shotokan Is Robin Jaran- 
son. Jaranson, a third degree 
brown belt, said she attends Con- 
ners school or dojo (Japanese for 
training hall) because she loves 
the way she runs it and added that 
Conners always hasjrsrjr^e b'nher 
face;, Jaranson said she fee)C(!bn - ' 
ners runs a yeryifamily-oriented 
school and offers extracurricular 
activities for the students ,. and 
their families such as, an upcom- 
ing canoe outing and an annual 
picnic.. 

"It's so family oriented com- 
pared to other schools- and It's all 
because of her," said jaranson. 
"The sky is the limit- when she has 
. something planned; nothing stops, 
her. She always finds a wayjo get 
things done." i 

O'Hara, owner and instructor • 
at the Focus Karate dojo of Lake in 
the Hills, commented on the i level \ 
of intensity and corrimitrrient that v 
is reflected in how.Coriners runs 
her dojo. 

"She's got a passion to excel 
and that's a good passion to have 
when you take into concern the 
people it affects," said O'Hara. 

As far as some of the qualities 
that make Conners so personable, 
O'Hara said, "I think Anna's got a 
very good work ethic arid is very - 
passionate about what she does. 
She really loves what she is doing 
arid It shows in everything that she 
does.'' 

Conners said that in her style 
of teaching she tries to lighten 
things up when things startjo get 
stressful by telling jokes, but that 
her students know when it's time 
to get to work. Conners added that 
having a sense of humor relaxes 
tension and stress. 

In her own personal Karate 
achievements, Conners recently 
became' certified as a Cardio- 
Kickboxing/ Karate instructor, 
and had to prove herself worthy 
of her current status of a second : 
degree black belt. Conners said in 
April all the intense training for 
her current belt paid off and that 
after it was all done, It felt good. 

The test itself was done in 
front of a five person panel con- 
sisting of O'Hara and.fourjpther 
well-known and respected upper- 
level martial artists: One portion 
required her to do her best spar- 
ring and to execute 12 to 14 differ- 
ent Kata's. The other two parts of 




Sensei Anna Conners (right) engages in a sparring competition at the recent Regjonals Tournament 
where she wound up taking home a silver medal. Below, left to right, Sensei Steve Johnson, Karen 
Johnson, Sensei Mike Conners, Sensei Anna Conners, Sensei Jim O'Hara, and Sensei Marianne 
O'Hara share a few laughs at the awards banquet where Conners successfully proved herself a wor- 
thy second-degree black belt in front of a host of other well-known and upper-level martial artists. 
—-Photos submitted by Robin Jaranson. 




the evaluation required her to 
show the board her teaching capa- 
bilities arid included a writing as- 
signment ,on the history and fu- 
ture of Karate. 

Conners said in January she 
began to intensify her training for 
the test and put in anywhere from 
one to three hours a day of train- 
ing. In the last two months before 
the test, she was training twice a 
day, once in the morning and then 
again In the evening. 

Conners jokingly said, "Once 
you were done you were dead. I 
remember all I wanted to do was 
sleep once the test was cornplet- 

CUi 

Conners said she had a strong 
feeling of accomplishment after* 
showing her skills and capabilities 
in front of such a highly respected 
Sensei, Joe Mirza. 

Conners said her teaching 
style is very structured,' but not 
too structured and that she bases 
it on what she learned from 
O'Hara. Her people skills is some- 
thing she also learned from 
O'Hara, who is affectionately 



called Sensei Spidey by some of . 
the students. 

In the dojo, she tries to teach 
her students both young and old 
skills that will build discipline, 
self-confidence, and self-esteem. 
The students learn to focus bet- 
ter, which she feels carries over 
into learning to deal with every- 
day life situations. The 
techniques she emphasizes in her 
.mature adult classes' teaches her 
students to not appear as victims 
and to walk with their heads high 
and to use the martial art as a de- 
fensive means of protection, 
rather than an aggressive offen- 
sive approach. 

In O'Hara's opinion, a suc- 
cessful dojo is determined by not 
so many people you bring 
through the door, but rather, the 
number of students you retain. 
Conners has been successful with 
retaining students in the past six 
years and said her school has 
about 85 students currently en- 
rolled in the 19-plus classes at the 
Antioch Shotokan Karate School. 

"A successful dojo is one that 



retains it's high belts," said 
O'Hara. 

O'Hara added that he feels 
what makes Conners a good in- 
structor is that she has a good t 
sense of humor and that she treats^ 
people well and that her students 
respect her as a martial artist, 
, Conners husband and oldest 
son Shidoshl's (Japanese for assis- 
tance instructor) have been active 
in training in Karate too white at 
i Conner's school. ? 

As an instructor, O'Hara feels 
that you can't be good if you are not 
progressing yourself and that 
whether or riot ah instructor is good 
or not show in the caliber of stu- »> 
dents. Nine of Conners' students 
recently earned medals at the 
Karate Nationals competition, in 
Orlando, Fla., which reflects the 
.caliber of students at her school 
arid her level of teaching capability. ' ,; 

Conners' future plans are to 
continue training, passing on to 
her students the confidence and 
skills she has gained through her 
own experience as a student' and ,. 
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JulyAO, 1999 



Antioch youth baseball results 



10 -year- old team 

The 10-year-old Antioch all-star 
team won the District 16 tournament 
and continues to advance in the Sec- 
tional tournament in Crystal Lake. 

They will play in the champi- 
onship game against Crystal Lake's 
team. They had won in earlier games 
in this tournament. Craig Hoist 



pitched a great game for the win 
against River Forest. 

12 -year- old team 

The Antioch 12-year-old all-star 
team also won their District tourna- 
ment, but lost to Norridge 5-1 in the 
Sectional tournament. They will play 
next at Williams Park in Antioch. 




Above, the 9-10-year-old Antioch youth baseball team claimed 
the District 16 championship last weekend. Pictured are, front 
row, left to right, is Royce Applegren, Cameron Ruth, Trevor Popp, 
Andy Dawson, and Bjorn Jaranson. Middle row, left to right, is 
Mike Thompson, Max Thain, Brett Paramski, Craig Hoist, Scott 
Karajoras, Chuckie Kempf, and Kevin Lewis. Coaches (back row, 
left to right) Jerry Popp, Gary Thompson, and Pat Jaranson hoist 
the District 16 banner. — Photo submitted by Robin Jaranson. 



Coaching position open at CLC 

The College of Lake County is part-time status and begins immedi- 
looking for a men's basketball head ately. Anyone interested should con- 
coach. The coaching position is a tact Gene Hanson at 543-2046. 




The champs! 

The Antioch White Sox AA Boys Baseball team, sponsored by LYONS & RYAN in Antioch, capped a 
13-3-1 season by taking first place in the AA Tournament. Top row, from left to right, Is Bob Kou- 
ba of LYONS & RYAN, coaches Ron Ignoffo, Steve Lundin, Donna Raymo, Greg Scheffler, Ken 
Deisenroth, and Lance Legler of LYONS & RYAN. Middle row, left to right, is Joey Ignoffo, Steven 
Lundin, Anthony Duros, Jeremy Burns, Marty Deisenroth, and Manager Ron Duros. Bottom row, left* 
to right, Is Alec Paramski, Derek Nelson, Joey Raymo, Eric Hoist, Brett Scheffler, and Equipment 
Manager Nick Duros. Not pictured-Hans Johansen and Kelien Mumm. — Photo by Mike Preble. 

Lake County Chiefs baseball heating up 



Congratulations to the Lake 
County Chiefs 10-year-old baseball 
team. 

Both 10-year-old teams finished 
second in their respective divisions 
at the Red, White and Blue tourna- 
ment at Fort Sheridan. The event 
was sponsored by Lake County Base- 
ball. 

Both teams went 2-1 in their di- 
visions where they played against 
teams from " Buffalo Grove, 
Grayslake, Lake Villa, and Norwood 



Park. They are currently participat- 
ing in a tournament at Homer Park 
and will travel to Waukegan to play 
in the upcoming Bronco tourna- 
ment. 

The 12-year-old Chiefs travel to 
Wisconsin to participate in the Au- 
gust Heat Tournament. 

Art Man savage, director of Lake 
County Baseball, has been named 
the Illinois director for WASA Base- 
ball and will be working with the 
Wisconsin Director in. putting on 



the first WASA Baseball World Se- 
ries. The World Series will take 
place Aug. 12-15, in the Fielder's 
Choice Sports Complex in Racine, 
Wis. Anyone interested in obtaining 
information on the WASA World 
Series should contact Art Mansav- 
age at (847) 945-9606. 

There will be divisions for ball 
players 10-years-and-under, 11- 
years-and-under, 12-years-and-un- 
der, .13-year-and-under, and 14- 
years-dnd-under. 



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In April of 1996 the Village of Antioch 
announced plans for a special project located 
east of Skidmore Drive. The purpose of the pro- 
ject is to enhance 3.25 acres of wetland on a 
6-acre site along Sequoit Creek to promote 
increased wildlife habitat and provide educa- 
tional benefits for the residents, tourists and stu- 
dents. This project includes the creation of two 
ponds, planting of wetland vegetation, creation 
of a commemorative brick path entrance includ- 
ing berms, plant-ing trees and wild flowers, con- 
struction of walking paths and board walks 
through the wetlands, educational standards, 
nesting areas for water fowl and a building to be 
used as an educational and entertainment center. 



This special project has since grown into the 
William E. Brook Memorial Wetland Sanctuary 
and Entertainment Center. The purpose of the 
memorial is to honor the life and the legacy of 
our remarkable citizen, William E. Brook. His 
love of, and respect for nature continue to 
inspire us. 

The goal is to accomplish this entire project 
through private donations, 
in-kind donations, volunteer help and grants. 
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leasant Prairie's Todd 
Daun, past Wilmot sprint 
car rookie of the year, 
scored the biggest feature 
i of his career after taking the 
;heckered flag in the "King of Wis- 
consin" Sprint Challenge crown last 
[weekend at Premier Racing Produc- 
jtlon's WUniot Speedway. 

Daun used a new chassis, an 
[Eagle, to soar to his first ever J&L 
Oil / United Expressline Interstates 
[ Racing Association Outlaw Sprints 
: sanctioned win, which made the 
"King" victory doubly meaningful. 
"It's great to finally get a win, 
plus in this race, it's even more 
meaningful," said Daun in victory 
lane. ''It's taken us a couple weeks 
to figure the new car out, but now 
it's running super." 

Daun's win came following he 
posted a fast qualifying time out of 
the 62 cars on hand for the state's 
biggest single day sprint special. 
Kenosha's Kurt Winker, who won 
the "B" main, was second, IRA 
point leader Donny Goeden of Ke- 
waskum, Wis. third, Kenosha's Tim 
Ammo n had a career best fourth, . 
Kenosha's Kim Mock, after starting 
21st in the field taking a provisional, 
wound up finishing fifth. Seven- 
time IRA and 1997 "King" Joe Roe of 
Kenosha came from 20th to place 
10th after getting to start the main 
as an alternate. 

Wilmot Star Trac point leader 
Tommy Sexton of Antioch blew his 
drive line at the checkered flag in 
the qualifying heat Following re- 
pairs, Sexton was participating in 
the traditional four-wide parade lap 
In front of the huge crowd when the 
drive line snapped again, knocking 
off the fuel pump and causing a 
I x brief flash fire in the driver's com- 
partment Sexton was not injured, 
but unable to start the main. IRA of- 
ficials ruled Roe would come in as 
alternate. 

During the delay in the start, 
\ Johnsburg's Dave Moulis, three- 
time Wilmot champion arid 1998 
"King" who earlier won a qualifying 
heat, had a tire go down. Following 
the tire change, Moulis restarted at 
the rear, eventually placing 19th. 
Gumee's Tony Erigels was 13thj Fox 



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Lake's PaulPtasienskl 17th, and 
Zion's Brent Mason, In his first ever 
"King* main start, was 20th. 

The IRA returns to Wilmot Sat- 
urday, August 28, for the "After The 
Fair Championships" as the 
Kenosha County Fair Board has de- 
cided not to run sprint cars during 
the annual fair for the first time in 
over 40 years. 

Daun almost made it a "two- 
for" weekend, leading for a while in 
the IRA sprint feature July 25 at 
Dodge County Fairgrounds in 
, Beaver Dam, Wis. Roe came on to . 
catch Daun In turn two with eight 
laps to go and hung on for the victo- 
ry. Daun wound up settling for sec- 
ond. 

Lake Villa's Raymond Hensley, 
biding for a third straight win at 
Dodge and $10,000 bonus, experi- 
enced front end problems, sending 
him to the pits early-he finished 
20th. Lake Vila's John Tiemey, after 
winning the "B" main, was 21st and 
Gumee's Fred Ebler 24th. 

Hensley has one last try for the 
extra Pit Stop Pizza cash oh Satur- 
day, Sept 18, if he can win that 
night at Dodge. 

In Sunday Funday racing July 25 
at Wilmot Chris Regert and Kurt Tal- 
bert of Salem teamed up for their first 
ever cruiser feature win. Johnny Fahl 
of Milwaukee continued a winning 
streak as hot as the weather in scor- 
ing another sweep, winning both his 
heat race and then the feature. 

In IMCA modifieds, Antioch's 
lim Morrison arid Wlldwood's Ja- 
son Hyerdahl were among heat 
winners. AnUoch's Scott Kuxho use 
won the "B" main. The feature was 
postponed until July 31 due to un- 
' safe track conditions caused by the 
excessive heat 

Wilmot continues Its U.S. Ma- 
rine Corps Toys for Tots summer 




Tommy Sexton of Antioch, left, arid Todd Daun of Pleasant Prairie, Wis. battle wing to wing in ear- 
ly season Wilmot Speedway action. Sexton leads Wilmot Star Trac points. Daun captured the pres- 
tlgous King of Wisconsin Sprint Car Challenge July 25.— Photo by Michael Naplerala. 



campaign Saturday, July 31 and 
Sunday, August 1. Also on Saturday, 
Citgo Auto-Truck Plaza presents its 
3rd Annual Wild Winged Women 
Sprint Car Challenge, plus Star Trac 
sprmts and IMCA modifieds, which 
will run a full program plus the July 
25 postponed feature. Racetime is 
7:30 p.m. Sunday Funday August 1 
will feature Coo rs Light Kegger 
Night with two-person cruisers, 
IMCA hobby stocks and mini-mod- 
ifieds. Sunday racetime 430 p.m. 

• At Lake Geneva Raceway July 
24, Antioch's John Maid scored his 
first ever super stock feature win. 
McHenrys Adam Regnler was sec- 
ond and point leader and fast quali- 
fier Zac Deeringer of Wonder Lake 
third. Other finishers had Lake 
Zurich's Marty Robb seventh, Wau- 
conda's Jim Hughes eighth, and 
Wonder Lake'sTodd Peterson won 
his heat race. 

Erik Darnell of Beach Park, a 
Zion-Ben ton HJ#i School 16-yeair- 
old junior, won his first ever Wis- 
consin Allison Legacy Series fea- 
ture. Erik is the son of Park City's 
: Danny Darnell, super late model 
competitor, and grandson of former 



A solid summer for Sequoit basketball 



BY JOHN PHELPS 
Sports Editor 




Basketball season is a little ways 
off but the games still continue, a la 
various summer leagues. 

And summer is the perfect time 
to evaluate talent and get playing ex- , 
perience. 

The Sequoits first team captured 
the . second annual Antioch 
Shootout, defeating ZIon-Benton II 
67-47 to finish with a perfect 3-0 
record in claiming the title. 

Antioch's second team played 
well but finished 0-3 on the day. 

Zion-Benton wound up second 
at 2-1 along with Grayslake. Maches- 
ney Park Harlem, Grant, Lake Gene- 
va-Badger, and St. Edward's all fin- 
ished 1-2. 

"I thought it was a great sum- 
mer," said Sequoits head coach Jeff 
Dresser. "We played the most games 
this summer (43) since I can re- 
member and I think the experience 
will help us tremendously as the sea- 
son nears." 

Dresser was especially pleased 
with both team s play on the defen- 
sive end; with notable players such 
as 6'2 junior guard/ forward Adam 
Durham, 6'4 senior forward/guard 
Don Lackey, and 6'2 senior forward . 
Paul Arnold coming to mind. 

-"We were a lot better on defense 
the last couple j of weeks," added 
Dresser, "We won't have a- lot of 
height this season so the defense 
and rebounding will be a major focal 
point; ! Ariil I was very pleased with 
what I saw this summer?' 



Dresser was happy to see Lack- 
ey, the Sequoits starring quarterback, 
in on the action. 

"He's a great player who can 
score a lot," he said. "Don's been 
busy with football and it was nice to 
see him in there-he really gave us an 
added dimension." 

Another standout player this 
summer, as well as on Saturday, was 
6'3 junior guard Eric White. 

"Eric really stepped up his game 



this summer," said Dresser. "He 
demonstrated great leadership, from 
calling plays to running the floor. His 
athleticism and hustle was excellent- 
he's really imprbvecl.'' 

Josh Bonner, a 6'5 sophomore 
center, was yet another player who 
staked a claim on a starring position, 
come this winter. 

"Josh really worked his tail offand 
held his own," said Dresser. "He 
played very effectively in the middle." 



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area racer Bay Darnell of Deerfield, 
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, in the supertaxes feature. Johns- 
burg's Bob Moeller was ninth and 
McHenry's Joe Fisher finished 10th. 

.Pell Lake's Bob Koidahl won 
the sport truck feature. 
Wadsworth's Vincent Merry was 
fifth and the Grayslake brothers of 
Todd and Chad Ross were eighth 
and ninth, respectively. 

Following a wash out July 23, 
Lake Geneva will try stadium mo- 
torcross July 30 at 8 p.m. with oval 
action July 31 featuring super late 
models, super stocks, sportsman 
and legend cars at 7:30 p.m. 



Chilton, Wis. for this writer July 23 
due to the Hales Comers Speedway 
IRA show rainout, proved fun once 
again. Thanks to Sippel Racing, 
yours truly ran a mini-sprint for the 
third time this season, Finishing 6th 
in the heat and 10th in the feature. 
Randy's brother Scott, also In a 
rent-a-ride car, won the main. The 
Wisconsin Mini-Sprints Association 
cars come to Wilmot August 15. 
Sippel plans another open wheel 
driving school Sept 20 at Wilmot 
Call 920:876-3166 for info. 

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July 30, 1999 



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Chamber awards rescue squad, police, for service 



By JACLYN GRAHAM 
Staff Intern 



The Lindenhurst- Lake Villa 
Chamber of Commerce gave Cap- 
tain Scott Bartlett of the Lake Villa 
Volunteer Fire Department a "Com- 
munity Service Award." 

When he was appointed to ac- 
tive duty on May 3, 1982, Scott 
Bartlett followed In his father's foot- 
steps as a volunteer for the Lake Vil- 
la Volunteer Fire Department. Scot- 
t's father, Clifford Bartlett, had ably 
served the fire department which is 
staffed entirely with paid-on-call 
volunteers like Scott. 



"It's been a very enjoyable and 
rewarding volunteer experience," 
said Scott. 

He has steadily risen through the 
ranks, having been promoted to lieu- 
tenant on March 21, 1989, and to 
captain on Jan. 7, 1992. One might 
say that Scott is "certifiable." 

He became certified as a fire- 
fighter-level II In March of 1983, and 
he became certified as a firefighter- 
level III in January of 19488 by the 
State Fire Marshall's Office. He also 
became a certified Fire Apparatus 
Engineer in November of 1988, he is 
certified in underwater dives, and he 
is certified as an Emergency Medical 



Technician, or EMT, 

"I thought Is was important to 
recognize Scott's consistently fine 
service over the years," said Fire 
Chief Frank Slazes. "He's been one of 
our steadiest, most reliable paid-on- 
call volunteers." 

Scott resides in Lake Villa with 
his wife, Colleen and daughters Han- 
nah and Molly. The Fire Department 
volunteers are delighted and thank- 
ful to have Scott, Colleen and their 
family in the community, and they 
hope Scott continues to provide the 
community with dedicated, volun- 
teer firefighting service for many 
years to come. ' 



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The Lindenhurst- Lake Villa 
Chamber of Commerce gave Larry 
Herbert a Community Service Award 
for his volunteerism with the the 
Lake Villa Rescue Squad. 

In June of 1998, Larry Herbert re- 
tired after 41 years with Ameritech, 
but the Lake villa Rescue Squad is 
very fortunate to retain his services 
as a volunteer paramedic. 

In fact, the Rescue Squad has 
been fortunate to benefit from Her- 
bert's outstanding volunteer service 
for the past 26 years, Herbert's dis- 
tinguished service Includes 21 years 
as a licensed paramedic. He was one 
of the first Lake Villa Rescue Squad 
volunteers to receive paramedic 
training, which occurred at Highland 
ParkHospitalinl978. Her- 

bert's "Officer of the Year" award 
comes as no surprise to anyone who 
is familiar with the Lake Villa Rescue 
Squad. That is because he has been 
honored before; in 1948, Herbert re- 
ceived the Camella D. Kohl Memor- 
ial Award, which is named for a reg- 
istered nurse at Victory Hospital who 
also served the Spring Grove Rescue 
Squad before dying in the line of 



duty in an automobile accident in 
1987. 

Camella Kohl was responding to 
an emergency call when the tragic 
accident occurred, and each year an 
award in her name is given to an out- 
standing member of the Northern 
Lake County Emergency Medical 
System for service above and beyond 
the call of duty. 

Stacle Slazes, commander of the 
Lake Villa Rescue Squad, said the 
"Officer of the Year" awards recog- 
nizes Herbert's many years of fine 
service, "Larry epitomizes what we 
look for in a volunteer," Slazes said. 
"He's a great example for our entire 
staff." The Lake Villa Rescue Squad 
serves the Villages of Lake Villa and 
Lindenhurst as well as Lake Villa 
Township. The Rescue Squad could 
notserve these small but active com- 
munities without the efforts of vol- 
unteers like liny Herbert! 

Herbert resides In Lake Villa with 
Barbara, his wife of 41 years. They 
raised two children, Michael, 39, and 
Scott, 33, and the rescue squad 
thanks them both for contributing so 
much to the communities.' 



Gamesmasters Guild of 
Waukegan celebrates 25th 



The Gamesmasters Guild of 
Waukegan is throwing a party cele- 
brating 25 years of challenging gam- 
ing. And to celebrate they're throw- 
ing a party. 

The club started on the Great 
Lakes Naval Base in 1974 on hospi- 
tal-side. Originally part of the model 
Railroad Club it grew into Its. own en- 
tity stressing intelligent gaming ad 
competition. It left base in 1980 be- 
cause Special Services (now MWR) 
could no longer provide suitable 
quarters for the expanding member- 
ship. The move also allowed civilians 
more access and a bigger gaming 
pool. 

Over the years the club has been 
active in the outside gaming com- 
munity. We have play-tested a num- 
ber of games for several companies 
and ran the miniature gaming sec- 
tions of the Geh Con games fair for 
several years. 

Currently, it is the oldest con- 
tinual club in Lake County and the 
third oldest club in the Chicago Met- 
ropolitan area. Responsibility for ac- 
tions, not age, is the Guild's main re- 
quirement for membership. Club 
member ages range from 9 to 60 
years. Many different games are 
played— historical, fantasy and sci-fi 
and cover role-playing games and 
miniatures. The Guild can teach 
stress relief through gaming, and 
most of the time, the guild can sup- 
ply the pieces. 

The celebration is July 30 from 6 
p.m. to midnight and July 31 from 10 



a.m. to midnight. 

Free gaming weekend 

The Gamesmasters Guild of 
Waukegan and Gamesworkshop 
presents a weekend of free gaming to 
everyone who wishes to come. Fest 
hours are Friday, July 30, : 6 plm. to 
midnight; Saturday, July 31, 10 a.m. 
to midnight and Sunday, Aug. 1 , 10 
a.m. to .7 p.m. Features will include 
the Gamesworkshop Summer Battle 
Tour "The Hunt for the Fallen" on 
Sunday, alive action "Call of Cthulu 
game" (base on the H.P. Lovecraft 
novels) on Friday, and a historical air 
combat game with prizes on Friday 
and Saturday. Figures will be provid- 
ed, all you need is yourself: For a list 
of other games, more information or 
directions, call the Gamesmasters 
Guild at 336-0790. 

Great Lakes Model 
Railroad Club reforms 

The Great Lakes Model Railroad 
Club will be re-forming and return- 
ing to active railroading during the 
month of August. There will be both 
modular and static layouts in HO 
and N scales with the goal of public 
showings and outside participation. 
This is not a new club, having started 
in 1972 on base, It is simply a hew di- 
rection. It is not necessary to have 
your own equipment— simply a will- 
ingness to work and contribute to 
the club. For more information, call 
336-0790. 



Rotary Club of Waukegan 
holds installation dinner 



At the Glen Flora Country 
Club, the Rotary Club of 
Waukegan held their installation 
dinner. 

Edgar Pigg was the Master of 
Ceremonies. Joe Trexler (Lake • 
Zurich) turned over the president's 
gavel to Al Oiler (Gurnee). Mark i 
Thorn of Zion was installed as pres- 
ident-elect, Dan Rodriguez (Zion) 
as vice president, {Catherine Rapp 
(Grayslake) as secretary and David 
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The Rotary Club's motto is 
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PUBLIC NOTICE 
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fOUNTYOFLAKE > 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE NINETEENTH ' 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

I THE MATOR OF THE PETITION ) 

: KJmberfy Louise ) 

Kenyan, . j 

FOR J 

jhangeofname > 

NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 
Public notice Is hereby given that on October 1st, 1999, being one of the return 
lays In the Circuit Court of the County of Lake, I will file my Petition In said Court pray- 
lg for the change of my name from Wmberly Louise Kenyon to that of Klmberty Louise 
llrocko, pursuant to the Statute In such case made and Provided. 

Dated at Graystako, Illinois, July 13, 1999 
/a/Klmbeily Lrkilmi Kunynn 

0799D-280B-AN 
July 23, 1999 

July 30, 1999 
August 6, 1999 




PUBUC NOTICE 

Antloch Community High School 

Jlstrlct 117 has adopted a Prevailing 

/age Schedule as determined by the 

Illinois Department of Labor, This 

fiedule can be reviewed by the pub- 

[lic at the District Administrative Offices, 

[Heritage Building, 800 Main Street An- 

Itloch.fL 60002. 

079SE-2826-AN/LV 
July 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: FSB jD 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- ' 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 39550 N. 
Woodland Ave., Antloch, IL 60002. 
847-651-7454. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE ;OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING/CONDUCT- 
ING OR -TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Steven C. Qulrin, 39550 N. Woodland 
Ave., Antloch," IL, 60002. 847-838- 
0093. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) .< 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend (s) to conduct the above named 
business from the location (s) Indicated 
and that the true or real full namefs) of. 
the person (s) owning, conducting or 
transacting the business Is/are correct 
as shown. 

/s/Steveh C. Qulnn, July 8, 1999. 
The foregoing Instrument was ac- 
swledged before me by the per- 
son(9) Intending to conduct the .busi- 
ness this 8th day of July, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

.,-- /a/Barbara J. Erskln 

■ Notary Public 

Received: July 6, 1999 

Wlltard R. Helander 

. Lake County Clerk 

\ "0799C-28O9-AN 

3& July '23, 1999 

.July 30, 1999 

August 6, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: Nalltecs 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS. 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 68 Ambro- 
glo, Gumee, IL 60031: 847-662-8308. 
NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE 'OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Katherine E. Belloney, 37048 N. Helen 
Dr., Lake Villa. IL 60046. 847-356- 
9025. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend (s) to conduct the above named 
business from the location{s) Indicated 
and that the true or real full namefs) of 
the personfs) owning, conducting or 
transacting the business Is/are correct 
as shown. 

/s/Katherine E. Belloney, July 2, 1999. 
The foregoing instrument was ac- 
knowledged before me by the per- 
sonfs) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 2nd day of July, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/lvette M. Diaz 

'Notary Pdbllc 

Received: July 2, 1999 

Wlllard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0799C-2744-LV 

July 16, 1999 

July 23, 1999 

July 30, 1999 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: Dave & Kathy'a 
Restored Relics 

| ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY; 37048 N. 
Helen Dr., Lake Villa, IL 60046.; 847- 
356-9025.847-662-8308. 
NAME{S) AND POSTOFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON{S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
(Katherine E. Belloney, 37048 N, Helen 
X Lake Villa, IL 60048. 847-356- 
325. . 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 



COUNTY OF LAKE) 

. This is to certify, that the undersigned 
int end (e) to conduct the above named 
business from the locatlon(s) Indicated 
and that the true or real full namefs) of 
the personfs) owning, conducting or 
transacting the business Is/are correct 
as shown. 

/s/Katherlne E. Belloney, July 2, 1999. 
The foregoing Instrument was ac- 
knowledged before me by the per- 
sonfs) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 2nd day of Jury, 1999, >.-.. 
OFFICIAL SEAL 
/a/lvette M. Diaz 
Notary Public 
Received: July 2, 1999 
Wlllard B, Helander 
Lake County Clerk 
0799C-2745-LV 
Jury 16, 1999 
■ July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAMEAPPUCATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: WnvR. Henry 

Associates" 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 224 W- 
Clarendon Drive, Round Lake Beach, 
IL 60073 (847)' 546-8919 (Client). 
Hook Drive & Municipal Way, Round 
Lake Beach, Illinois (Project Location). 
NAME{S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESSfES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
William R. Henry, Architect, 3 West 
Walworth' Street, Suite 207, Elkhom, 
Wl 53121 (414)7234399. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intendfs) to conduct the above named 
business from the locailon(s) Indicated 
and that the true or real full namefs) of 
the personfs) owning, conducting or 
transacting the business Is/are coned 
as shown. 

/s/Wllliam R. Henry, June 28,1999 
, The foregoing instrument was ac- 
knowledged before me by the per- 
sonfs) Intending to, conduct the busl- 
■ ness this 28th day of June, 1 999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL . 

/s/Ketly L Henry 

. Notary Public • 

Received: July 2, 1999 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0799C-2795-AN 

■July 16, 1999 

July 23, 1999. 

July 30, 1999 




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PUBUC NOTICE 
; ANTIOCH ROAD DISTRICT 
Notice Is hereby given that seated proposals will be received at the office of the Antl- 
och Township Clerk at 99 Route 173, Antioch, IL 60002 until 10:00 o'clock AM, on Au- 
gust 09, 1099 for furnishing of the following material: 

BITUMINOUS CONCRETE SURFACE COURSE 926 TONS 
BITUMINOUS CONCRETE LEVEL BINDER 928 TONS 
Proposals shall be made on forms furnished by the Highway Commissioner, and shall 
be addressed In a sealed envelope to Mark Ring, Antloch Road District Highway Com- 
missioner, 99 W. Route 173, Antloch, IL 60002 and shall be marked "Material Pro- 
posal-Letting of August 09, 1 999, Antioch Road District", Further information regard- 
ing this letting may be obtained by contacting the Highway Commissioner at 847-395- 
2070, the Road District In accordance with the laws of the State of Illinois hereby no- 
tifies all bidders that It will affirmatively Insure that the contract entered Into pursuant 
to this advertisement will be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder without dis- 
crimination on the grounds of race, color or national origin. 
By order of Mark Ring 
Antloch Road District 
Highway Commissioner 

0799E-2837-AN 
Jur/30,1999 




STATE OF ILLINOIS 



PUBUC NOTICE 

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> - ' 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

■ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETTTION } 

OF Yvonne Marie ) 

Kenyon, - ) 

FOR ) 

CHANGE OF NAME ■ ) 

NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 
Public notice Is hereby given that on October 1st, 1999, being one of the return 
days In the Circuit Court of the County of Lake, I will file my Petition In BaJd Court pray- 
ing for the change of my name from Yvonne Marie Kenyon tojhat of Yvonne Marie 
Mlrocko, pursuant to the Statute in such case made and Provided. , 

Dated at Grayslake, Illinois, July 13, 1999 

/a/Yvonne Marie Kenvon 

. 0799D-2807-AN 

Jury 23, 1999 

July 30, 1999 

August 6, 1999 



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ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAMEAPPUCATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: Bagels & More 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 37055 N. 
Highway 83, Lake villa, IL 60046 (847) . 
285-2300. 

NAME(3) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESSfES) OF THE 
PERSON (S) OWNING, CONDUCTING ' 
OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS:Tere- 
sa Grote, 513 White Birch Rd. t Unden- 
hurst, IL 60046 (847) 265-2470. Judith 
Fuller, 36189 N. Hazarwood, Ingjeslde, 
IL 60041 (647) 546-0981. Lonnie Grote 
513-Whlte Birch Rd„ Lindenhurst, IL 
60046 (847) 265-2470. Elmer. Fuller, 
361 69 N. Hazefwood, Ingfeslde, IL 
60041.(847)646-0981. 
STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend(s) to conduct the above named ; 
business from the location (s) indicated 
and that the true or real full namefs) of 
the personfs) owning, conducting or 
transacting the business Is/are correct 
assnown. 

/a/Teresa Grote, July 23, 1999 
/s/Judfth Fuller, July 23, 1999 
/s/Lonnle Grote, July 23 , 1 999 
/a/Elmer Fuller,' July 23, 1 999 

The foregoing Instrument was ac- 
knowledged before me by the per- 
sonfs) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 23rd day of July, 1999. - 1 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/a/ Patricia A Vukovich 

, Notary Public 

Received: July 23, 1999 

. Willard a Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

07S9E-2831-LV 

- Jur/30,1999 

August 6, 1999 

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project located east of Skidmore Drive. 
The purpose of the project is* to 
enhance 3.25 acres of wetland on a 
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residents, tourists and students. This 
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son from a different country? Youth 
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tional Exchange offers Lake County 
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national non-profit organization 
seeks host families for high school 
students from more than 50 coun- 
tries including Brazil, Japan, and 
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According to YFU Volunteer Go - 
ordinator Jennifer Talarico, "July and 
August are key months for interna- 
tional students who hope to enroll in 
Lake County high schools as part of. 
our educational exchange program. 
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Moore attends state 
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Illinois State Rep. Andrea Moore 
(R-Libertyville) joined state legislators 
across the country at the National 
Conference of State Legislators annu- 
al meeting in Indianapolis. 

Moore said this year's annual 
meeting included informational ses- 
sions, including briefings on school 
violence, state actions on the tobacco 
settlement and protecting privacy in 
the information age. ' 

University program 
now available 

The Lake County Multi-University 
Center Fall 1999 Program Bulletin Is 
now available. The program contains 
the Fall 1999 Schedule of Courses. 

To request a copy of the fall pro- 
gram bulletin, call 543-2147, or' call 
Kathy Johnson at 478-1835 for more 
information. 

League supports rail 
expansion 

The Board of the Lake County 
Municipal League approved a res- 
olution In support of the proposed 
use of the Elgin, Jollet and Eastern 
Railway as a commuter rail line, as: 
determined in a Phase i 'feasibility 
study by Metra. 

~^he,Elgin, Jollet and Eastern Rail- 
way starts In Waukegan arid goes in a 
southerly direction through Lake 
County. 



Opponents outnu 



The results of Lakeland Newspa- 
pers straw poll on leaf burning are 
in— and the response was over- 
whelming. 

The newspaper received 134 re- 
sponses to the poll from residents 
throughout the county. The vast ma- 
jority of those who responded op- 
posed a ban oh leaf burning. 

People who voted M no" on the 
question of whether they favored a 



leaf burning ban In unincorporated 
Lake County outnumbered support- 
ers ofa ban by about a 3-to-l margin. 
Rough poll numbers show 102 re- 
spondents— or about 76 percent — 
voting against a ban, with 32 respon- 
' dents— or 24 percent— supporting it 
(It should be noted the poll was not 
scientifically done and only repre- 
sents a sample of some of Lakeland's 
subscribers). 




Opinions varied throughout the 
county, but the strongest opposition 
to a ban seemed to come from the 

Fox Lake, Lake Villa and Antioch ar- 
eas. 

A Fox Lake couple, who respond- 
ed to the survey, said without leaf 
burning there would be no other way 
to dispose of the huge volumes of 
leaves In rural areas. 

"It has been an autumn tradition 
to burn leaves in Lake County," the 
letter stated. "There are still many 
rural areas with families that have 
farms and large wooded lots. It is un- 
just to thrust this economic burden 
upon these people. Who's, going to 
pay to. have those leaves hauled 
away?" 

A resident of Antioch Township 
says banning leaf burning puts a fi- 
nancial hardship on homeowners be- 
cause of the cost Involved In hauling 
away leaves: 

*T am for leaf burning and so are 
quite a few of my neighbors, espe- 






guilty to charges 



ByJOHNROSZKOWSKI 
.Regional Editor 



Three of four men who were ar- 
rested in connection with a large 
seizure of the "date rape" drug Gam- 
ma Hydroxybutrate back In January 
have pleaded guilty to drug charges. 

The case broke on Jan. 14 when 
two of the men, Michael Casteliano, 
30, of Gurnee and Travis Rader, 27, of 
Antioch allegedly delivered a large 
amount of the drug, commonly 
called GHB, to an undercover officer 
at Gurnee Mills shopping center. 
Both men were arrested. . 

A short time later, police arrested 
Mark A. Crawford, 43, of Antioch. 
Michael D. Brothers, 34, of Kenosha, 
Wis., was apprehended the following 
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^Bounty-Forest Preserve President Carol Calabresa^and State Sen. 

~jon (R-P/airie View) at the Vclo Bog State Natural Area. 

lero/Qovomor Ryan announced the Enactment of his Open 

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PLEASE SEE 
PAGE C7 



By STEVE PETERSON 
Staff Reporter 



The last time Illinois Gov. George 
Ryan visited Volo Bog, he came with 
a promise to acquire more state open 
space lands. 

On a hot July Wednesday, he re- 
turneri\ with announcement of the 
Open Land Trust, an initiative that 
will help local governments acquire 
space for future generations. 



"I got educated when I came put 
here in the campaign. This will be for 
future generations to come. I have 13 
grandkids— it goes well beyond us," 
Ryan said. 

"It was a campaign promise. He 
mentioned it as we were flying over 
that he is so satisfied he was able to 
come through," State Rep. Andrea 
Moore (R-Libertyville) and chief bill 

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Judge Maureen P. Mclntyre an- 
nounces her candidacy for the po- 
sition of Circuit Court Judge of the 
19th Judicial Circuit, consisting of 
McHenry and Lake Counties, in the 
March 21, 2000 primary election. 

Appointed an associate judge by 
the sitting Circuit Judges in 1996, 
Judge Mclntyre said she is seeking 
the circuit judgeship because "I be- 
lieve, with my background, philoso- 
phy and values, I can contribute to 
our system of justice and faithfully 
fulfill the duties of a circuit judge. In 
addition to hearing cases as associate 
judges do, circuit judges select asso- 
ciate judges and make policy and 
procedural decisions." 

Looking over the past three 
years, Judge Mclntyre said she has 
enjoyed all aspects of the position. 
Currently as special assignment 
judge handling civil and misde- 
meanor court calls, Judge Mcln- 
tyre said "I can't think of an area of 
law where I have a preference. 
Each area offers something special 
and is very interesting." She 
added, "Traffic court is fascinat- 
ing. I enjoy the people contact. I 
think it is good, as a judge, to have 
contact with the public. Traffic 
court, for most people, is their 
only contact with our judicial sys- 
tem. It is important that they leave 
that experience believing they 
have been treated fairly and that 
our system works." 

Serving as a judge is also a teach- 
ing process for judges, Judge Mcln- 
tyre said, noting that when not pre- 
siding in a court room, considerable 
time is spent reading and research- 
ing law. 

Prior to her appointment as a 



judge, Judge Mclntyre and her hus- 
band, Ray Henehan, were partners In 
the law firm of Henehan and Mcln- 
tyre, Ltd., engaged in a litigation 
practice with concentration in fami- 
ly law and personal injury cases. Het^ 
husband continues with the Gary 
practice. For three years she was an 
attorney with Pretzel and Stouffer, 
Chartered, in Chicago, working as a 
trial attorney with concentration in 
tort defense litigation. In addition, for 
two years she was a law clerk with 
Pretzel, Stouffer, Nolan and Rooney, 
Chicago, assisting attorneys in trial 
preparation. 

Judge Mclntyre was licensed to 
practice law in the State of Illinois in 
May 1976. She received her juris doc- 
tor degree with honors from the Illi- 
nois Institute of Technology, Chica- 
go-Kent College of Law, in February 
• 1976, where she was also awarded 
the American Jurisprudence Award 
in insurance law. Judge Mclntyre re- 
ceived her bachelor of arts degree 
from Fordham University, New York 
and did graduate studies in history at 
the University of Illinois prior to en- 
tering law school. 

Currently a member of the 
McHenry County Mediation Advi- 
sory committee, the Illinois 
Judges Association, McHenry 
County Bar Association and Illi- 
nois State Bar Association, Judge 
Mclntyre was chairperson of the 
Family Law Section of the McHen- 
ry County Bar Association. Until 
her appointment to the bench she 
participated In the McHenry 
County arbitration program for 
the 19th Judicial Circuit and was 
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Mundelein Village Hall burglarized 

Mundelein—- The Mundelein Village Hall was burglarized 
overnight between July 21 and 22, police said. 

Unknown persons entered the village hall through a bro- 
ken basement window, said Sgt Paul Werfelmann of the 
Mundelein Police Department. 

Once inside; the individuals broke windows and doors to 
enter six or seven offices. Among the rooms entered were the 
village clerk's office and a computer room, Werfelmann said. 

Only $50 in cash was found missing from the building. 
Police have no damage estimate at this time.. 

Werfelmann said fingerprints were found at the scene. 
The incident is currently under investigation. 

The break-in was discovered by an employee at the vil- 
lage hall while reporting for work on July 22. 

N. Chicago man arrested for assault 

Giirnee— A North Chicago rrian was arrested on July 21 
in Gurnee after a resident reported that the man had sexually 
assaulted her 6-year-old daughter, police said. 

Gurnee Police were called to the comer of O'Plaine Road 
and Grand Avenue at approximately 7:50 p.m. The caller, a 
resident of a nearby apartment complex, discovered that her 
daughter had been sexually assaulted by Jackie E Hughes, 43, 
of 1 200 Victoria in North* Chicago, police said. 

After calling the police, Hughes left the scene in his 1988 
Pontiac Grand Prix, traveling south on O'Plaine Road towards 
Washington Street. Police were able to stop Hughes' car at 
Washington Street and Route 21, based on the desription giv- 
en by the victim's mother, police said. 

An investigation conducted by Gurnee Police and detec- 
tives revealed that Hughes is a registered sex offender in 
North Chicago and is currently on probation for previous sex 
offenses, police said. 

Hughes is being charged with one count of predatory 
criminal sexual assault of a child, which is a class X felony. He 
could potentially face a prison term of not less than 50 years 
and not more than 60 years. 

The Gurnee Police Department is currently investigating 
this case. 

Fund-raisers to benefit ill child 

Round Lake— Many area fund-raisers for Magee Middle 

School studenfReggte Garay are set for Saturday. This spring, 

Reggie fell ill from hepatitis and underwent a liver transplant, 

- and may also need a bone marrow transplant Proceeds from 

these fund-raisers will go into a trust fund for Reggie. 

- First State Bank of Round Lake (1777 N.Cedar Lake Rdw 
Round Lake Beach) will have a bake sale from 9-1 p.m. -^ , 

~ Lakeland Community Bank (935 .W.OtdMns Rd., Round 



Lake Heights) will have a bake sale from 9-1 p.m.. 

Sears Hardware (340 E Rollins Rd., Round Lake) will 
have a bake sale/car wash from 10-3 p.m. 

Kristofs Entertainment Center (421 W. Rollins Rd., 
Round Lake Reach) will have a bake sale/car wash from 10-3 
p.m. 

The Round Lake Beach Men's Club (1 102 N. Cedar Lake 
Rd.) will have a bake sale/car wash from 9-3 p.m. 

National Nite Out to be held 

Round Lake— The Round Lake Area Park District is invit- 
ing all area residents to the 16th Annual National Nite Out on 
August 3. 

This crime prevention event promotes safety and neigh- 
borhood unity as well as community partnerships with police 
to prevent crime, drugs, and violence. 

Villages participating include Round Lake, Round Lake 
Park, Round Lake Beach, Round Lake Heights, and 
Hainesville. 

Each village will have their own walk beginning at 6 p.m. 
and ending at 7:30 p.m.. Please contact your local village for 
specific routes and times, 

Afterward, bus service will transport walkers from each 
community to the Round Lake Area Park District for all the 
fun Nite Out festivities including food, games, and entertain- 
ment from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Walk-A-Thon raises funds for charity 

Wadsworth— Take a walk and raise money for a good 
cause. Join the LaCASA/Zacharias Center's Annual Family 
Walk-A-Thon on August 29, and help sexual assault and 
abuse survivors throughout Lake County. 

Pre-registration for this free event is encouraged to allow 




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The Walk-A-Thon will follow a scenic, two-mile course 
through Van Patten Woods at Sterling Lake off of Route 173 
East of Route 41 in Wadsworth. 

Day-of-event registration will begin at 8 a.m., followed by 
a warm-up/pre walk activities period, with the Walk-A-Thon 
starting at 8:30 a.m. -+ 

An invigorating Fitness Walk led by Esther Gutierrez- 
Sloan, founder of Salsa Aerobics, Inc. will be featured in addi- 
tion to the Walk-A-Thon. 

For more information or to register and get a pledge card 
for LaCASA's Annual Family Walk-A-Thon or Fitness Walk, 
contact LaCASA at (847) 244-1 187. 

Volo residents hear 'no annexation' 

. Fox Lake— Just before residents of Fisher Estates sounded 
their dismay and anger at being caught in boundary warfare 
between Volo and Fox Lake, Volo trustees at a separate meeting 
adopted a resolution not to annex the upscale subdivision in 
south Grant Township. 

The announcement by the Volo village attorney at an open 
forum at Grant High School did little to smooth over ill feelings 
held by Fisher residents toward Volo over a recent boundary 
. expansion along Route 12 to Big Hollow School, 

Most of the 92 persons crowded into the high school lec- 
ture room said they were caught unaware by the Volo action 
taken to pave the way for construction of a Home Depot store 
and a large townhouse complex. 

Prostitution arrest made 

Libertyville — On July 23 there was an arrest for prostitution 
at De Tendevous, 158 East Cook Avenue. 

Melon! A. Goodson, 28, of 1112 Kishwaukee in Rockford, an 



employee of De Tendevous, was arrested on one count of 
prostitution, a Class A felony, at the establishment. 

De Tendevous was closed down by the Village of Liber- 
tyville Building Department for several building code" viola- 
tions involving electrical work that was done without a permit 
or inspection by the department 

As of July 27, De Tendevous was given permission to re- 
gain regular business under their original zoning permit that 
was filed on April 16, 1999 with the village. 

The establishment's zoning certificate only allows for 
tanning, nails, waxing and aqua-floats. The business 
cards for the establishment, however, state that mas- 
sages are offered. 

Goodson was arrested after an outside undercover agent 
f hired by the Libertyville Police Department discovered acts of 
prostitution taking place. She was released on a $100 recog- 
nizance bond. A court date in August is pending; 

De Tendevous is located two blocks west of the Village 
Hall and their back door opens up to the parking lot of the 
police department 

Lindenhurst woman wins game show 

Lindenhurst— Mary Wus of Lindenhurst made thebestin- 
vestment of her life when she bought an Illinois lottery ticket 
Through the Illinois' Luckiest instant game, she turned $1 into 
$15,200 and gained 15 minutes of fame. 

Klus won the money playing "Force Field" and "SIOO.OOO 
Pinball." The show was taped on July 6 and aired on the July 24 
edition of Illinois' Luckiest, the only game show produced in 
Illinois. With her winnings, Klus hopes to travel, possibly to 

Europe. 

The Lindenhurst resident and 17 other contestants from 

across the state competed on-air for prizes of up to $100,000 or 

more. The game show is taped at WGN-TV studios in Chicago 

and is broadcast on several TV stations across IllinoIs.lt has five 

main games (with three contestants) that rotate in and out of 

the weekly lineup, plus the grand finale game, $100,000 Pinball, 

which all 18 contestants take part in. 

Teacher charged with sexual assault 

Waukegan— A Department of Children and Family Ser- 
vices hotline proved to be an important factor which led to 
the arrest of a Waukegan school teacher. 

Linda Olson, 48, of Wauconda, was arrested by Lake 
County Sheriffs Department police just two working days af- 
ter the hotline call came in. The victim is a 16-year-old boy. 

"We received the information from the DCFS hotline. We 
work hand-in-hand with the DCFS to eliminate multiple in- 
^erviewsof victim's," Rick WWfeTof the Lake County Advoca- 
cy Center, said. 

' TTie center wiorks with victims who are youth to age 18. 
The 16-year-old is, "one of the older cases we've had," White 
said. "We have a home in Waukegan where we can Interview 
victims. The victim and the school were both very coopera- 
tive." 

Olson posted 10 percent of a $100,000 bond in Lake Coun- 
ty Circuit Court on July 20. A pre-trial hearing was held Tues- 
day. 

Village participates in National 
Nite Out 

Mundelein— It 's time to get but your flashlights and 
head over to the Mundelein train station to participate in the 
National Nite Out 

The Mundelein Police Department will once again be 
participating in this national event to fight crime. The festivi- 
ties will be held on Aug. 3 from 6 Until 10 p.m. at the Metra 
train station located on Archer Avenue, 

From 6 until 9 p.m., several activities will be offered, 
including games, pony rides, bingo, and aDJ; Hot dogs 
and hamburgers, donated by local businesses, will be 
served. 

Peter Heid, also known as "Mr. Science," will be on-hand 
at the science booth, offering a variety of activities for people 
of all ages. From 6 until 6:30 p.m., Held will help participants 
make their own "Gak." Marker Magic will be offered from 6:30 
until 7 p.m., followed by balloon piercing from 7 until 7:30 
p.m. Additional planned events will include "bubble tubes" 
and "make your own 'slime.'" 

The evening will culminate in a flashlight walk at 9:15 
p.m., starting at the train station and proceeding towards 
Route 45 and then to Seymour. 



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OPINIONS 



July 30, 1999 



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William H. Schroeder 

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Tel: (847) 223-0161. E-mail: cdlt@lnd.com 



EDITORIALS 

Galloping growth 
story being repeated 

Tiny Volo, Lake County's youngest municipality, is poised to 
plunge into a tidal wave of go go growth following a script 
written earlier by Vernon Hills and Gurnee. It's the classic 
splurge in suburbia of rooftops, strip mails, big box stores 
and seas of asphalt. 

Vblo's aggressive growth posture has sparked a turf war with Fox 
Lake reminiscent of the boundary battles involving UbertyviUe, 
Vernon Hills and Mundelein. Buifdable open lands are ripe for the 
picking. Shades of George S. Patton! 

The ingredients for explosive growth are present in the hamlet, 
only a few years ago the intersection of Rtes. 12 and 120 with scant 
commercial development. What's it take to vault on to the fast 
track? Open space to the horizon. Well-connected advisers. A 
growth oriented mayor and council. Plentiful utilities. Ideal high- 
way connections. Abundant supply of developers. Sleepy, unaware 
neighbors. Favorable interest rates. 

Volo's got it all. Ready or not, here comes Lake County's next 
chapter of galloping growth. 

Primary colors: 
Dems parity push 

Because of a comparatively late primary (March 21), a good 
bit of the heat and excitement of the Republican race for the 
2000 nomination for President will have been expended. 
College of Lake County politicial scientist John Steinkesees 
Texas Gov. George W. Bush having the GOP nomination locked up by 
then with big state support from California and New York. 

Illinois' primary results will be secondary to the two big states 
and a host of other primaries. Steinke calls attention to the fact that 
about half the states, representing 75 percent of party convention 
delegates, will conduct caucuses and primaries between the end of 
January and March 14. Bush will benefit mightily from the "front- 
loaded" calendar, according to Steinke. 

The later primary suits professional politicians just fine in Illi- 
nois. They eschew intermingling national politics with state affairs, 
except, of course, when it serves a specific purpose. The pros will be 
focusing on what impacts Illinois. Next year's primary, electors will 
nominate candidates for Congressional, General Assembly and 
county-wide offices. 

The local focus, though, doesn't preclude voters from involving 
themselves in Presidential politics. Under Illinois' open primary 
where voters can crossover, Steinke anticipates "mischief voting" 
where Republicans will be moved to mark for Sen. Bill Bradley over 
Vice President Al Gore, for example. GOP "crossing" happens all the 
time and was responsible in no small part for the abberation of Ca- 
role Moseley-Braun getting elected to the U.S. Senate 1992. 

What can be anticipated is that party regulars, under the cover 
of national media attention over the future President, will be work- 
ing mightily for control of the Illinois General Assembly, where the 
big prize will be reapportionment. Nowhere will the battle be more 
intense than Lake County where GOP leaders are determined to re- 
tire two Democratic newcomers, State Sen. Terry Link (D-Vernon 
Hills) and State Rep. Susan Garrett (D-Lake Forest). 

Both Link and Garrett have made remarkable strides in heading 
Lake County in the direction of a genuine two-party system. Lake 
County's part of the upscale North Shore, once sacrosanct GOP ter- 
ritory, now is a swing district. Individually and together, Link and 
Garrett are tearing down Republican walls. The GOP high com- 
mand, both in Lake County and at the state level, not so surprising- 
ly, finds this unacceptable. Thus the stage is set for an all-out, no- 
holds-barred confrontation next year. 

The battle for dominance in Lake County and the General As- 
sembly could well overshadow who's taking over the White House. 

Staffers go to charm school 

Credit Gumee officials with the decision to polish up the cus- 
tomer service skills of village employees. Village Admin. 
James Hayner was directed by the council to "nominate" 
employees for classes offered by the College of Lake County 
Public Service Institute. 

In a pilot program, employees in public works, building depart- 
ment and engineering, staff members who come in contact with 
the public regularly, are the first attendees. Sounds like a good idea. 
There's nothing more irritating to a taxpayer, who pays the salary, to 
be given heavy-handed treatment by an uncaring public employee. 
Come to think of it, staffers in more than a few local governmen- 
tal offices would benefit from some charm school instruction. 




VIEWPOINT 



Island cottage 
Bear great's home 



Hugh Gallarneau embod- 
ied the Chicago Bear 
spirit epitomized by the 
Monsters of the Midway 
nickname. Tough. Uncompromis- 
ing. Unspoiled. Never-say-die work 
ethic. Approachable. Team-orient- 
ed. Goal-driven. 

Gallarneau was the fastest, 
most powerful runner, highest 
scorer on a championship, al- 
ways contending team. He was 
the Walter Payton is his day. The 
curly-haired running back was a 
summertime Lake County resi- 
dent for more than 40 years. 
Hugh and his wife, Nancie, a 
spectacular water skier, used his 
earnings from the highly suc- 
cessful Bear post war years to 
buy a cottage on Crabapple Is- 
land in Fox Lake. The Gal- 
larneaus summered there until 
two years ago when illness 
forced the sale. 

Besides their friendliness, the 
Gallarneaus became known for 
their "aquamobile," a half-car, 
half-boat vehicle that transport- 
ed them to the island where 
there are no roads. One of their 
neighbors in the early days at 
Crabapple Island was another 
footballer, Harry Hall of 
Waukegan, star quarterback at 
the University of Illinois during 
the Red Grange era who took up 
law instead of following profes- 
sional sports. 

Playing both offense and de- 
fense, Gallarneau led the Bears 
to a 23-2 record with one title in 
1941-42 before becoming a deco- 
rated Marine in World War II. The 
Chicago native was uncanningly 
successful in all his pursuits in- 
cluding a business career with 
service at Marshall Field and 
Hart, Schaffner and Marx. 

Besides setting a fast pace for 
fashionable male attire, Hugh es- 
tablished the precedent of Bear 
luminaries making their home In 
Lake County. He was 82 when 
overcome by a lengthy bout with 
cancer at his home in North- 
brook earlier in July. 

Media imbalance 

A conservative friend called to 
wonder if the nation would have 
gone into protracted mourning if 
Julie andfrieia Nixon would have 
perished in an airplane accident. 
My answer, "Heck no." Daughters 
of a dead President, yes, but not 
worthy of idolization from a fawn- 




BILL SCHROEDER 

Publisher 



ing liberal media. The answer to 
my friend's question encapsulates 
the charge of a biased national me- 
dia in the U.S. today. 

Natural golf 

Ben Sargent never has swung 
a golf club in his life and he isn't 
likely to take up the game now 
even though he's the father of 
Lake County newest golf layout, 
Stonegate Orchard on Rte. 60 be- 
tween Ivanhoe and Volo. Sar- 
gent's family owned and farmed 
more than 600 acres on both 
sides of the highway for many 
years. Ben's father was a medical 
professional who acquired the 
land as a hobby, but the son took 
up farming as a vocation with 
Stonegate Farm becoming noted 
far and wide for apples and eggs. 

How did a non-golfer get in- 
volved in building a golf course? 
Easy. 

"I didn't want to see a lot of 
rooftops sprout from the land. So 
I thought a golf course would be 



a good way of keeping the farm 
open and uncluttered," Sargent 
related. A nationally known de- 
signer used the natural rolling 
terrain and pockets of mature 
trees and conifers that Ben and 
his father planted over the years 
to incorporate into the course. 

Farm fields became wide 
grassy fairways. Natural wetlands 
never cultivated by the Sargeriis 
now are challenging hazards. 
Sargent likes the design concept 
that called for limited earth mov- 
ing. Only the elevated tees and 
greens required excavation. The 
daily fee golf course of 218 acres 
will be surrounded by corn and 
bean fields. There are no sounds 
of passing traffic. The vegetation 
and land contour still are recog- 
nizable. Ben Sargent likes that. 

Gore-isms abound 

Some of Vice President Al 
Gore's classic verbal gaffs hit the 
Internet over the weekend. If we 
repeated the entire E-mail print- 
out, there might be an impression 
that this column is biased. Here 
are a few favorites: "A low voter 
turnout is an indication of fewer 
people going to the polls." "It isn't 
pollution that's harming the envi- 
ronment. It's the impurities in our 
air and water that are doing it." 
"Democrats under the impor- 
tance of bondage between a 
mother and a child." "If we didn't 
succeed, we run the risk of fail- 
ure." And, of course, the all-time 
favorite Gore-ism. "As many of 
you know, I was very instrumental 
in the founding of the Internet." 



LETTER TO THE EDITOR 



Cigarette anyone? 



I have just finished reading the 
latest "Jingle from Pringle" (July 9), 
Yes, I have a cigarette type boat No, I 
don't live in Chicago. But, maybe 
she's right. 

We should get those boats off 
the water. Since jet skis annoy me, 
they should probably go as well. Also, 
I am sure there are many fisherman 
that have been bothered by an early 
morning water skier, so let's get rid of 
all the Mastercrafts and Mallbus. • 

What about those fishermen? 
Those Bass boats go pretty fast, so 



they should go too. Let's not forget 
those cabin cruisers. They are big, 
have silly names; and people seem to 
be enjoying themselves far too 
much— so they will have to go also. 
Since I am sure someone has a prob- 
lem with their neighbor's 18 foot Bay- 
liner, we better get rid of all of the rest 
of the boats just to be safe. 

Oh, and don't get me started on 
those channel clogging, half-barrel 
laden, pontoon boats. 

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Lake Forest Mayor Howard 
Kerr is doing his best not to 
look like an ogre, by empha- 
sizing publicly that moving 
city public works equipment to Ft. 
Sheridan is one of "several options," 
Public sentiment favors leaving the 
city garage on Laurel Avenue. Resi- 
dents cringe at the thought of park- 
ing trucks, mowers and salt piles on 
14 scenic acres at the former military 
installation long sought by the city.. 

Leaf students 

Members of the Grant Town- 
ship board planned to attend the 
second public meeting on the 
proposed leaf burning ban en 
masse. The meeting Wednesday, 
at Grass Lake School was in 
preparation for the third and final 
session to gather public input set 
for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 4 at 
Grant High School, In theory, the 
public meetings are designed to 
provide members of the Lake 
County Board with citizen input 
before they vote on the ban ques- 
tion sometime before the leaves 
begin failing again. 

All wet? 

State Board of Higher Educa- 
tion officials may face a major ob- 
stacle if they try to build the pro- 
posed University Center of Lake 
County at the College of Lake Coun- 
ty campus. 

According to John J. Sabuco, 
president of Eldertree, Stoneoak and 
Brookings Inc. of Floosmoor, an en- 
vironmental consulting group, the 
proposed slio on tlic CLC campus Is 

located on natural wetlands. 

Supporters of the Lakehurst 
Shopping Center site were quick to 




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odds with board. 

pounce on Sabuco's comments as 
another reason why the University 
Center should be located in 
Waukegan. 

"I have spent many painful 
years watching developers circum- 
vent the systems of protections that 
are intended to preserved wetlands," 
Sabuco wrote in a report, sent to Illi- 
nois Gov. George Ryan. 

The issue certainly "whets" the . 
appetite and will no doubt bring a 
"flood of responses" from both sup- 
porters and detractors of the CLC 
site. 

Treasure hunting 

Fox Lake Mayor Jim Pappas 
thanked trustees for their efforts to 
secure state funds for a fourth Are 
station for, the village. Trustees 
Kevin Hunter and Greg Murrey 
and Pappas had initial meetings in 
Springfield, before the Illinois First 
program came out"' 

M Wojmet,wjth our reps and were 
told how to access these funds. 
Hunter took this on as a personal 
mission and wrote the necessary let- 
ters and requests. Without his ef- 




Hunter: Good for the 
taxpayer. 

forts, we probably would not have 
received those funds. He single- 
handedly saved the taxpayers a great 
deal of money," Pappas said. 

Pappas said Hunter has continu- 
ally saved taxpayers funds, including 
freezing the villages taxes for the last 
two years, and brought in funds 
which will improve the village hall, 
replace a roof and help with ADA 
compliance. 

Majority counts 

Many Wads worth residents are 
wondering why Mayor Evelyn 
Hoselton is going to so much trou- 
ble just to appoint a temporary village 
attorney and spend thousands of tax- 
payer dollars when eventually, she'll 
have to bring another name to the 
table for the position of permanent 
village attorney. ' 

With the exception of newly ap- 
pointed Trustee Gary Penrith, the 
trustees have given the big thumbs 

down to many a mayoral appoint- 
ment including Patricia' Page for vil- 
lage treasurer. The board is sitting 
pretty, knowing majority is on their 
side — for now. 



Casino gambling in Illinois 
Opening the flood-gates 



The reports that I have read 
about the legislative ses- 
sion conclude that the two 
biggest winners were Ar- 
lington Park race course owner 
Richard Duchossois and Rosemont 
Mayor Donald Stephens. Duchos- 
sois won a large property tax break 
for his race course plus millions 
more that he will derive from a casi- 
no at Rosemont. Of course, 
Stephens was the biggest winner 
with the casino that will soon come 
to Rosemont with estimates that a 
'•boat in the moat" there will gener- 
ate $400 million a year. 

Considering that a casino at 
Rosemont will dwarf any of the ex- 
isting casinos and the change in 
law to allow dockside casino gam- 
bling, it is a stretch to believe Gov. 
George Ryan when he says the ac- 
tion did not violate his campaign 
pledge against the expansion of 
gambling. The gambling flood- 
gates are wide open. 

At a Lake County bill-signing 
ceremony, Ryan said that the 
prospects are real that gambling 
casinos are a probability in the fu- 
ture in the south suburbs, or in 
Lake County, or elsewhere. Every- 
one seems to want one, from what 
he said.- . 

For those who lobbied 
against the expansion of gam- 
bling In Illinois, it was a David vs. 
Goliath match. The opponents 
had to lobby by calling on Indi- 
vidual legislators, walking outside 
the legislative corridors button- 



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holing lawmakers, and doing oth- 
er person-to-person work. The 
pro-gambling lobby had the luxu- 
ry of using legislative offices for 
their lobbying effort. When it's an 
insider vs. outsider match, don't 
the insiders usually win? 

There is only one way that 
gaming won't be expanded in Illi- 
nois in the near future. That is if 
Rosemont is as profitable as it is 
expected to be, that the clout that 
its investors will have will be used 
to stifle off other competitors by , 
such expansion. It may be that for 
some time expansion will be limit- 
ed to transferring gaming licenses 
from existing boats to more prof- 
itable locations rather than legis- 
lating new licenses. 

When the primary elections 
roll around next spring, we may 
find that the legislators' votes on 
casino gambling may be a bigger 
issue than Gov. Ryan's $12 billion 
Illinois FIRST program. That will 
probably be more true In some of 
the Republican primaries because 
"anti-gambling" is at the heart of 
some of the conservative political 
groups that control many GOP pri- 



mary elections. Those groups have 
Indicated that they expect to target 
some who flip-flopped on their 
campaign pledges. It is one thing 
to target legislative races, but yet 
another to find and finance candi- 
dates to take up their cause 

The original intent when casi- 
no gambling was legislated has 
gone "by the boards." Casino boats 
were created to spur economic ac- 
tivity in depressed areas such as 
the Quad Cities were at the time. 
Also, Iowa was authorizing casino 
gambling and Illinois thought it 
wise to beat them to the punch. 
The original intent by limiting 
gambling on casinos that operate 
on navigable waters was to prevent 
the large Nevada-type casinos to 
operate in Illinois. The legislature's 
move to allow dockside casino 
gambling is the "foot in the door" 
mat may eventually bring large 
gaming facilities and the "boat 
types" may one day be a thing of 
the past. 

So, it is no longer about 
spurring the economy of de- 
pressed areas. Let's not be hypo- 
critical. It's all about money. It's go- 
ing for the gold. Rosemont isn't a 
depressed area and it will be the 
leading gambling revenue produc- 
er In Illinois for many years to 
come. 

When one facility is expected 
to bring in at least $400 million in 
revenue in one year, that means 
that a lot of people are losing their 
"shirts and homes" to gambling. 



JFK Jr. had 
parenting 




As one journalist described 
him, John F. Kennedy Jr. 
was an "engaging, good- 
natured, handsome young 
man from a famous family." 

As his uncle, Sen. Edward 
(Ted) Kennedy, said, "He had - 
amazing grace, and he could laugh 
at the absurdity of too much pomp 
and circumstance,'" 

. And the media coverage of the 
tragic deaths of JFK Jr. and the Bes- 
sette sisters was "too much," it was 
excessive. Yet, most of us, I am 
sure, will particularly remember 
one anecdote from Sen. Ted 
Kennedy's eulogy: 

"Once, when they asked John 
what he would do if he wQiit Into - 
politics and was elected president, 
he said, 'I guess the first thing is I'd 
call up Uncle Teddy and gloat' 

"I loved that," said Uncle Ted- 
dy. "It was so much like his father.". 

I Have another favorite 
Kennedy anecdote: 

In the early 1960s, before the 
children, Caroline and John, went 
to bed in the evening, they would 
be brought to the president's White 
House office for a romp with their 
father. He would tease John by call- 
ing him Sam. Once, the little boy 
snapped back, "Daddy's a dodo 
head." 

To which JFK replied, "John 
Kennedy Jr., how dare you call the 
president of the United States a 
dodo head?" 

Those who knew them say 
Jack arid Jacqueline were good par- 
ents. She once said, "If you bungle 
raising your children, I don't think 
whatever else you do well matters 
very much." 

Speaking of presidents, our 
current National Embarra^merit 
has begun comparing himself to 
one of the greatest athletes ever, 
calling himself "the Michael Jordan 
of politics." 

The man has no shame, he 
boggles the mind. Journalists call 
him "The Great Philanderer." Back 
in Arkansas he was known as "Slick 




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Willie." His recent mistress called 
him "The Creep." 

/IfBill Clinton wasn't such a 
phony he would be laughable. 

On a brighter note, have you 
noticed how deliriously happy the 
football fanatics have become? De- 
prived of any ^interesting sports 
since last January, they already are 
beaming and giddy because soon 
there will be exhibition games and 
then for-real games. 

And when the Chicago Bears 
visit Green Bay, you can be sure 
Packer fans will have provided a 
handicapped parking space for 
Cade McNown, the new Bears 
quarterback. After all, he used one 
of those when he was a college star 

at UCLA. 

Speaking of the Bears, my son 

Tony was sifting through child- 
hood possessions when he came 
across an autographed photo of 
Doug Plank, a very popular Bears 
player in the 1970s. 

1 got the autograph forTony 

back then when he was about 10 
years old and Plank came to Anti- 
och with other Bears for a winter 
basketball game against local 
"celebrities" businessmen, cops 
and firemen. 

1 told Plank my family had 
come to Antlochfrom Green Bay 
whereTohy was rightfully and reli- 
giously raised as a Packer fan.* So, 
Plank autographed the big, glossy 
photo with this comment: "Sorry, 
Tony, but the Pack will never be 
back." 

Well, the Pack came back but 
whatever happened to Doug 
Plank? He was cool; I'm sure he's 
doing well somewhere. 



LETTER TO THE EDITOR 



University should be central 



There has been a substantial 
amount of press coverage regarding 
the site selection for the proposed 
Multi-University Center project. 
Since this site selection process is for 
an educational institution, it is ap- 
propriate that the selection process 
be completed by the State Board of 
Higher Education. This body should 
be allowed to make its site selection 
based oh a site's ability to provide ed- 
ucational services and programs in 
the most cost effective, efficient, and 
effective manner. It is clear that the 
proposed site immediately adjacent 
to the College of Lake County's cen- 
trally located Grayslake campus is the 
best site from an educational stand- 
point. 

This site offers the following ad- 
vantages: 

1. The site is centrally located 
within Lake County. Decisions on the 
selection of a site for the main College 
of Lake County campus and the pre- 
sent day High Technology campus 
were based on the fact that a central- 
ly located campus would best serve 
the Lake County population. The suc- 
cess of these institutions in this cen- 
tral location is obvious and this same 
logic should be used in selecting a site 
for the Multi-University Center. 

2. The location of the Multi-Uni- 
versity Center adjacent to the existing 
educational facilities, will allow for 
the sharing of facilities and other re- 
sources between the Multi-Universi- 
ty Center and the College of Lake 
County. This sharing of resources will 



reduce operating costs for the Multi- 
University Center which, in the long 
run, will reduce taxpayer costs for this 
facility. 

3. Traffic is a county-wide prob- 
lem and will need to be dealt with on 
roads throughout the county as the 
population increases within the 
county. A centrally located site re- 
duces the length of vehicle trips by 
the users of the Multi-University Cen- 
ter. Ultimately, this Is the best way to 
reduce any county-wide traffic im- 
pacts of this facility. Again, as the pop- 
ulation center, of the county moves 
north and west, this centrally located 
site will further reduce the amount of 
vehicle trip miles traveled. 

Unfortunately, some*of the pub- 
lic discussions regarding the final site 
selection for the Multi-University 
Center have not been the kind of 
high-level discussions that Lake 
County residents have a right to ex- 
pect. In my opinion, these have been 
neither productive nor insightful, and 
contribute nothing to making the 
best site selection for this facility. Ul- 
timately, we should all be positive 
about the opportunity of Lake Coun- 
ty to host the Multi-University Center. 
While! strongly support the College 
of Lake County site as the best educa- 
tional choice, I believe that everyone 
in the county should be positive 
about the final sites under consider- 
ation by the State Board of Education. 

Pat Carey 

Mayor 

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County art league 
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"Meet me at the Harbor, 'neigh- 
bor' meet me at the Fair," Art Fair 
that fs. It's time again for the Lake 
County Art League, in cooperation 
with the North Point Marina to pre- 
sent their annual art festival. 

It's not too early to mark your 
calendar for Saturday and Sunday, 
Aug. 7 and 8 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
both days. 

The Lake County Art League 
Fine Arts Festival, noted for the qual- 
ity of selected fine arts and fine crafts 
found at previous festivals hopes to 
outdo itself this year. 

Returning to the Fair will be your 
favorite artists. New this year, will be 
the added attraction of a portrait 
painter, Linda Kollacks of Liber- 
tyville, who furthered her education 
in Belguim. Her portraits are rich in 
impressionistic color, and reflect the 
nature of her subject taking you be- 
yond "the outward image" in to the 
very "soul" of the subject. Permanent 
collections exhibiting her work in- 
clude hotel 1815 in Waterloo, Bel- 
guim; oil painting or Pentecost event 
incorporating 48 portraits of histori- 
cal church leaders in the Christian 
center in Rhode-St-Genese, Belgium 



and an oil portrait of the late Bau- 
douin, King of the Belgians, and his 
Queen Fabiola in the Sas Hotel In 
Brussels. 

Popular artists returning again 
this year include Everett MIsunas of 
Waukegan, Virginia Morrisseau of 
Lindenhurst, Korky Shklalr also of 
Waukegan, Lauren Wismer of 
Gurnee, Ray Spiers of Waukegan and 
many others that have established 
themselves as artists. This Is only a 
sampling. Come to the Festival and 
meet the artists. 

The North Point Marine Is the 
largest marina on the Great Lakes. 
There Is plenty of free parking, 
cooling Lake Michigan breezes, 
spacious exhibits, have a picnic, 
meet the artists. Have a delightful 
experience. 

Come to the Festival on Saturday 
or Sunday, Aug. 7 and 8 from 10 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. both days. See you at the 
Fair. (The Marina is located at the 
east end of 7th Street in Winthrop 
Harbor. North/South access to 7th 
Street is Sheridan Road. East/West 
access to Sheridan Road is Russell 
Road, State Route 173 or Wadsworth 
Road. 






Mary Pat Maddex Place 
dedicated for county 



A drug-free housing program for 
homeless women and their children 
in Lake County was dedicated July 26 
in memory of the late Mary Pat Mad- 
dex, who headed the Lake County of- 
fice of the state's Department of Chil- 
dren and Family Services (DCFS) be- 
fore her death from cancer in 1998. 

The dedication ceremony was in 
the atrium of the Lake County Build- 
ing, 18 N. County St., Waukegan. Ex- 
act location of the facility was kept 
confidential for the privacy and pro- 
tection of the women and their chil- 
dren. 

"It's a great way to honor her and 
inspire us to continue her great 
work," said Judge Margaret Mullen, 
president of the Safe Housing Advi- 
sory Board. She praised Maddex for 
being a tireless advocate for women 
and their children, and recalled how 
a drug-free residential facility had 
been a longtime dream. 

Several years ago after a Family 
Court session, Maddex had shared 
her frustrations with Mullen. 

"The women get out of treat- 
ment and they're doing so well," 
judge recalled Maddex as saying 
"But many of them go back to a 
drug-infested housing project where 
it's very difficult for them to contin- 
ue their recovery. Wouldn't it be 
great if they could go back to a sober 
housing project?" 

Mullen said she and Maddex en- 
listed the support of U.S. Rep. John 
Porter, (R-Lake County) and his staff. 
They arranged a meeting between 
officials of the federal Housing and 
Urban Development (HUD) pro- 
gram and Maddex, Mullen and oth- 
er Safe Housing supporters. HUD's 
commitment to providing financial 
assistance was a big step in helping 
Maddex' dream become a reality. 

Representatives of human ser- 
vice agencies serving on the Lake 
County Women's Treatment Net- 
work also championed the cause. 



Mullen said the Safe Housing 
initiative combines the services of 
DCFS, the Lake County court system, 
Catholic Charities, the Lake County 
Residential Development Company 
(LCRDC) and the Northern Illinois 
Council on Alcoholism and' Sub- ' 
stance Abuse (NICASA); \ 

She said the focus of the pro- 
gram Is to build a stable foundation 
for family to become self-sufficient, 
nine apartments will be available to 
provide women and children to live 
in an environment which supports 
their sobriety. Alcohol and other 
drugs will not be allowed in the 
apartments. 

Judy Fried, executive director of 
NICASA, said the new facility Is a 
most fitting tribute to the memory of 
Maddex. 

"Mary Pat was such a selfless per- 
son," Fried said. "Because I so ad- 
mired her dedication and resource- 
fulness, I wanted NICASA to be in- 
volved in supporting and helping de- 
, velop this much-needed program." 

Mary Pat's sister, Barbara Mad- 
dex, a social worker for Central Bap- 
tist Family Services, was one of the 
speakers at the dedication. She said 
several members of the family at- 
tended the ceremony. 

Barbara said one of the most dif- 
ficult things Mary Pat had to do as 
the cancer progressed was to give up 
her seat on the Safe Housing Adviso- 
ry Board. 

"My sister and I lived together," 
Barbara said. "We didn't talk about 
work much but we did talk about this 
project. Just a few weeks before she 
died she came home and said she 
had to turn over her place on the 
board to Mary lane (Dybas, also of 
DCFS). It was very hard for her to do. 
"We are extremely proud that 
something is coming out of her pas- 
sion for the things she believed in," 
Barbara Maddex said. "It has helped 
us deal with our grief." 




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Marketing Power 
Principles: Tools 
you can use 



, or more than a decade, I've 

[j defined marketing as creat- 
~ ing, satisrying and keeping 

- customers. Great market- 
ing will not guarantee your business 
success any more than having a fast 
stockcar will guarantee a win in the 
Daytona 500. There are many fac- 
tors Involved in any successful ef- 
fort. 

In business, success begins with 
marketing. In marketing, success 
begins with customers. Yes, you 
must have desirable products or 
services, fair prices, advantages and 
benefits, good promotion/a conve- 
nient location and good people. 
These elements are prerequisites to 
creating customers. 
You will not need timely financial 
statements, inventory management 
techniques, organizational charts, 
personnel procedures or a well- . 
trained staff if there are no cus- 
tomers. Marketing - creating cus- 
tomers - comes first 

Marketing is not new. The ba- 
sic elements of the marketing mix 
were around for many centuries be- 
fore University professors began to 
expound on them. The wheel never 
made Og a dime until he found a 
customer willing to pay for the con- 
venience the wheel could bring. 

I believe there are some power 
principles you can apply to your 
business that will boost sales, prof- 
its and customer satisfaction.' Con- 
sider the following thoughts. Per- 
haps, you can make them work for 



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Power Principles 

• All customers are not created 
equal. Customers are different. 
Some are worth much more to you 
than others. The 80-20 rule is in 
force here. It is likely that 20 per- 
cent of your customers generate 80 
percent of your profit. 
So pay attention to your customers. 
Find answers to these questions: 1) 
Which customers are most valuable 
to us? Why? 2) Which customers 
have made referrals to us? How 
many? .3) Which customers are we 
pleasing the most? Why? and 4) 
Which customers are our largest 
gross profit producers. 
These are basic questions, but most 
small-business owners don't have 
ready answers. So work on the an- 
swers and give those customers you 
Identify as important to your suc- 
cess some high-level customer ser- 
vice. 

•Make a great offer. The market- 
ing process picks up speed when 
you make a strong offer of your 
products and/or services. 
A great offer tells your most valu- 
able customers and potential valu- 
able customers how you can solve 
their problems, satisfy their desires 
or increase their pleasures in life. 
Remember, there are only two 
things people buy: solutions to 
problems and good feelings. 
• Show me the money. No, that's 
not how it works. Show me the 
benefits, show me the results, show 
me the rewards and I'll give you my 
money. 

If you can't show me, you can't sell 
me. If I'm not sold, I'm not satis- 
fied. Nothing grows sales (and 
profits) any more rapidly than 
showing your customers how they 
. benefit by doing business with you. 
Yet, sadly, most small-business 
owners seldom spend much time 
thinking about their businesses 
from their customers' perspective. 

Please TAYLOR/ C8 



Gold's. Gym 
moves in, Auto 
Nation USA is 
still on hold 

ByKORRINAGROM 
Staff Reporter 

After the public upset surround- 
ing the potential move-in of Auto 
Nation USA at the corner of Grand 
Avenue and DHIey's Road, Gold's 
Gym has begun construction at the 
site. 

The 20,000 square-foot facility, 
which will offer state-of-the-art ex- 
ercise equipment, is scheduled to 
open in October of this year, accord- 
ing to Tracy Cichocld, representative 
for Gold's Gym. 

The public opposition to the de- 
velopment was essentiallynon-exis- 
tent. The opposition to the Auto Na- 
tion development, however, was 
vast During public hearings as far 
back as January of 1997, residents of 
nearby subdivisions, namely Pern- 
brook and Westgate, voiced their 
opinions about the development. 

Many residents cited traffic con- 
cerns, possible flooding, noise, light- 
ing, and the potential negative im- 
pact on the resale values of homes as 
reasons to deny the development. 
Petition's were even being circulated 
by concerned residents, with signa- 
tures hovering near the 600 mark. 

Representatives from Auto Na- 
tion reassured residents that test dri- 
ves would be conducted outside of 
their subdivisions. 

During one public hearing, a 
resident noted, "The fact is that this 





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in Gurnee. The fitness club Is scheduled to open in October. Auto Nation USA, a far more contro- 
versial tenant to neighboring residents, is still on hold for plans to build in Gurnee— Photo by Derek 

Nosal 



used auto mall would negatively im- . 
pact our quality of life." 

After much deliberation, along 
with changes to Auto Nation's initial 
plans, the development was ap- 
proved by the Gumee Plan Commis- 
sion. In ) uly of 1998, the village board 
unanimously approved the final 

planned unit development for Auto 
Nation. The project hasnot materia 
alized. 

According to Brad Burke, public 



information coordinator for the vil- • 
lage, Auto Nation was working on 
the site but then stopped construc- 
tion. 

"We haven't heard that they 
were pulling out of the site," Burke 
„salcL There is still activity on the site 
.^ with the office'corhplex." 

In February of this year, the 
Gumee Village Board approved the 
move-in of Gold's Gym to the Auto 
Nation site. The facility will feature 



70 pieces of cardiovascular equip- 
ment, over 70 pieces of weight-as- 
sisted equipment, a complete aero- 
bics program, fitness testing, nutri- 
tion counseling, /spinning and a 
sauna; said ClchockL / 

In addition, the facility may cre- 
ate alO,OOQ-square-fobt addition. 
The opinions of members will be 
sought In order to determine what 

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Suburban Family 
magazine debuts 

Suburban Family, a new publica- 
tion designed to be a source of infor- 
mation and ideas for dealing with the 
day to day pressures of managing a 
family, will debut In mid-August. 

Suburban Family, which is being 
published byTarget Marketing Group 
of Grayslake, will feature monthly ar- 
ticles on a variety of topics from new- 
boms to teenagers, educational pro- 
grams, and arts and crafts. The arti- 
cles are written by experts in the field 
or its-staff of award-winning writers. 

In the first issue, the magazine 
will feature articles on a Teen Men- 
toring Program, designed to help 
teenagers focus on their goals, lots of 
advice for getting the youngsters 
ready for going back to the classroom, 
and some tips for making lasting 
summer memories as school vaca- 
tion fades. 

"Our publication is designed to 
thrive on your input and to listen to 
our readers in bringing you the types 
of information you seek," said Rhon- 
da Hetrick Burke, editor. "So if you 
have an idea for a feature, if you have 
a solution for a common parenting 
dilemma, give us a call, or e-mail us 
at Suburban Family.com." 

The magazine will maintain a 
website at Suburban Family.com for 
more information. 

cdRRECtidH 

In an article about a new busi- 
ness providing teddy bears for chil- 
dren and elderly persons, the name 
of the founder was spelled incorrect- 
ly. The founder is Doreen J. Lagonl. 
For more information, the founder 
can be contacted at Bear Magic, 
16075 W. Arlington Dr., Llbertyville, 
11. 60048, The error is regretted 



Nominations sought for sixth annual fllini 
Family Business of the Year competition 



Which family businesses are 
the best in Illinois? You can help 
determine who they are by sub- 
mitting nominations to the 1999 
Illinois Family Business of the 
Year Awards program, co-spon- 
sored by the family firms that 
support the Loyola University 
Chicago Family Business Center, 
and by Harris Trust & Savings 
Bank. 

All family businesses head- 
quartered in Illinois (except for 
those that are members of the 
Family Business Center) are eligi- 
ble for this sixth annual competi- 
tion. Nominations, which must 
be received by Friday, August 6, 
may be made by anyone: employ- 
ees, colleagues/and family busi- 



ness owners themselves. Past 
winners include Monarch Mar- 
keting group, Cozzini Inc., A. Fin- 
kl & Sons, Black Bros. Co., Nedlog 
Co., and Roman Inc., to name a 
.few, 

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with fewer than 50 employees); 
medium (50-250); large (more 
than 250); and community ser- 
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how successfully they have com- 
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Below are real estate transactions for villages in and around the lakeland 
Newspapers circulation area. Listed are the property address, property buyer, 
and purchase price. 



Round Lake 



Antloch 



9G0 Harvest Dr, William R Holub, 

S2 17,000 

26591 WEdgcvvoadRd, Mark R Hamilton, 

$101,000 

Fox Lake 

15 Henry, Scot A& Jaril F Gallup, S 140,050 
19 Meade Ct, William M Wheeler, 
$126,000 

Gages Lake 

33676 Gages Lake Dr, Jon LStnflcnhagcn, 

$90,000 

33514 N Lake Shore Dr, William Bedach, 

$115,000 

Grayslake 

405 Attcnborough, Dorcen M Lcmke, 

$134,000 

358 Behm, Joseph Best, $148,000 

B31 Easton Ct, Gabriel Carrillo, $141,250 

835 Essex Circle, Benjamin J Starzak, 

$117,000 

395 Rock Hall Circle, Mark & Jennifer 

Leblanc, $214,000 

89 School St, Karen E Bums, $1 18,500 

34453 Tangucray, Todd & Lisa Rhea, 

$255,000 

18518 W Aspen Ct, Richardo Bouchc, 

$270,000 

Gurnee 

920 Abingdon Ct, Gage S & Shirley M 

Hughes, $91,000 

17893 Braewick, Lisa K Anderson, 

$117,000 

5312 Cypress Circle, Gregory P Mavroma- 

tis, $154,000 

642 Dordan Ct, Erin Boys, $136,500 

34305 Homestead, Raul & Gisela Poma, 

$124,000 

7397 Korbel Ln, Greg Faynschteyn, 

$234,500 

807 Sierra PI, Sven Ringstrom, $213,000 

17865 W Braewick Rd, Deborah Curry, 

$1 17,000 

17318 W Westwind Dr, Patrick Codding- 

ton, $253,000 

IngJeside 

503 Monroe, Michael Ducbner, 5199,318 
25928 W Rollins Rd, Johnathon R 
Poprawski, $90,000 

Lake Villa 

38026 Academy Dr, John A Cottini, 

$170,000 

419 Benton Rd, Robert A & Lcnora L 

Crundell, $191,533 

307 Blue Spruce Ct, John J Dellsi, $202,000 

37135 Hampshire Ln, Christopher Heer- 

sche, $165,000 

36973 N Deer Trail Dr, Diana Sarma, 

$244,519 

36903 N Hilda, Colleen Kay Lafargc, 

$83,500 



180 Oakton Ln, Thomas A Treadwcll, 
$202,000 

21445 Sarah Dr, Morla Perry, $62,250 
22056 Sarah Dr, Matthew J & Patricia 
Sklac, $117,000 

25373 W Columbia Bay Dr, Daniel W & 
Kathleen A Abby, $154,000 
18827 W Wooddale Tr, Joseph Galea & 
Angela L Galeaja, $29 1 ,031 
648 Winchester Ct, James M & Ruth A Pat- 
ton, $149,000 

659 Winchester Ct, Eric W & Brcnda L 
Schwartz, $136,012 

Ubcrtyvtlle 

618 Bridle Ct, David R Dwortz, $315,000 

219 East Austin, Steve Early Cascarana, 

$221,000 

327 N Second St, Mark & Annette Smith, 

$165,000 

1978 S Hawk Ct, Ylng Peng & Jionyl Zhu, 

$302,294 

1857 S Waxwlng Ln, James Draths, 

$289,475 

1217 St William Dr, Gregory D Dehake, 

$425,000 

Ltndenhurat 

2875 Falling Waters Ln, Sean A & Taml L 

Goodman, $129,890 

463 North Crooked Lake Ln, Martin L & 

Sheryl Krockcr, $244,517 

203 Robincrcst, Stuart Kortcbeln, 

$225,000 

2314 Rolling Ridge, Cynthia M Bariamls, 

$116,000 

2595 Sandpiper Dr, HIginio & Martha 

Robles, $227,220 

Mundeleln 

96 Alexandra Ct, Tim & Rachclle Bruss, 
$242,000 

9 10 Ambria, James A & Carmen A Daniels, 
$330,000 

510 Bobby Ln, Juana Bedolla, $137,000 
834 East Lange St, Kenneth H & Janet L 
Ito, $167,900 

1041 Franklin St, Everett & Elaine Lee, 
$295,588 

801 Hillside Dr, Bret Bclfor, $239,000 
1364 Huntington Dr, Andrew W Conrad, 
$177,000 

64 Linden, James Mouraukas, $105,250 
249 Midlothian, Robert F & Michclc G Liv- 
ingston, $143,000 

743 Noel Dr, Linda LSoyfcrman, $149,000 
1305 Regent Dr, Christopher Rowley, 
$198,000 

1611 Regent Dr, David Lutin, $148,000 
128 Weston, Tiberiu lordon, $142,500 
937 Wtnthrop Ct, Lake County Cap, 
$105,600 

622 YardleyTr, James A NorburgSt Nancy 
Nicmczak, $250,000 



393 W Boxwood Ct, Paul & Sharon L Lon- 

go, $151,791 

234 W Prarie Ln, Diego Zuczada & Miguel 

Arredondo, $149,900 

489 W Sweet Clover Rd, Linda & Thomos 

Prydc, $193,1 13 

Round Lake Beach 

1970 Carl Dr, Pamela Peterson, $129,800 

296 Fruitwood Dr, Michael J & Patricia 

Matson, $138,000 

442 Mcadowgrccn, Steven R Carlson, 

$59,500 

501 Meadowhlll Ln, Lake County Cap, 

$64,600 

2262 N Woodoak, Gregg Torrance, 

$150,900 

1427 Oak, Imodcne Stcnzcl, $71,200 

1312 Oak Ave, Heather Groblewskl & 

James Dorsey, $110,000 

1019 Shady Ln Ct, James V Slndcn, 

$102,000 

182 Swltchgrass Dr, David M & Sharlene 

MStramel, $154,225 

84 W Dahlia, Christopher CapUi, $155,000 

22756 W Shorewood, Don R Schultz, 

$112,500 

1309 Woodridgc, Joel Lira & Sanjuana 

Acosta, $116,000 

Round Lake Heights 

1936 ECedarwood Circle, Robert ESahc- 
nez & Kimberiy Rose, $86,000 

Round Lake Park 

329 Fairlawn, Matthew Bresnahan & Tim- 
othy Drevllne, $63,100 
1 13 Willow Dr, Lake County Cap, $73,800 

Wadsworth 

2771 N Augusta Dr, Peter R Coutant, 

$130,550 

2787 N Augusta Dr, Susan M Mattson, 

$162,230 

12900 W 21st, Conrad J Bradatsch, 

$175,000 

13091 Wadsworth Rd, Darin M Johnson, 

$139,000 

Wauconda 

231 Orton Ave, William Lenhart, $129,000 
705 Wauconda Rd, Brian Braun, $130,000 

WUdwood 

33334 N Mill Rd, Joseph MajcwskJ & Re- 
beccaKlees, $136,000 
33082 N Sears Blvd. Trudy J Tooman Sali- 
nas & Frank C Mason, $88,000 
17630 W Warren Ave, Philip & Janet Meg- 
ginson, $145,000 



Information provided by Record Informa- 
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DuPage, Cook, Kane, McHenry, Kendall 
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sheriff sate foreclosures, (630) 365-6490, 
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Inacomp expands service 



Inacomp Computer Systems 
of Gurnee, Lake County's largest 
business-to-business computer 
company, announced the addi- 
tion of three new employees, 
Lorin Lazer, David Smith and 
Tom Rowan. 

Smith joins Inacomp as a 
software support technician. His 
professional experience includes 
Visiontek, where David tested a 
broad range of computer brands 
in his position as senior techni- 
cian. The Microsoft Certified 
Professional also has a strong 
background in customers service 
and really understands the needs 



of end -users who turn to Ina- 
comp for Software Support. 
David and wife Cindy have one 
child and resides in Round Lake 
Beach. 

Lazer is Inacomp's newest 
corporate sales consultant. Lorin 
is an A+ Certified Technician and 
is also a Microsoft Certified Pro- 
fessional. He is a graduate of the 
University of Iowa. Lorin and 
wife Diane have two children and 
live in Gurnee. 

Rowan is service coordinator. 
Tom is a life-long resident of the 
Waukegan and is a 1996 graduate 
of Waukegan High School. 




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Habitat for Humanity, joined by Codweli Banker Residential Bro- 
kerage, broke ground to build a new home for Carlos, Ulia, Amer- 
ica and Grecia Vera. 



TeraBridge 
appoints leader 
for software 

Baumgart named 
to top position 

TeraBridge Technologies 
Corp., Gurnee, leading developer 
of call and connection control 
software for broadband networks, 
announced three executives have 
joined the company to lead its 
software development, engineer- 
ing, and product development and 
support environment. 

They are Jim Baumgart, vice 
president of software develop- 
ment; Victor Ochy-Pang, vice 
president of engineering; and Don 
Swartz, vice president of product 
development and support. 

Baumgart will develop 
TeraBridge's technology to ensure 
the company's software offerings 
are strategic and meet future and- 
current business trends. 

Ochy-Pang will lead IT, testing, 
quality assurance, and systems en- 
gineering and integration to en- 
sure TeraBridge is meeting the pri- 
mary engineering requirements 
for the company's internal and ex- 
ternal constituents. 

Swartz will ensure that 
TeraBridge's products are meet- 
ing customer expectations in 
terms of functionally, usability, 
service support and training, he 
brings 16 years of engineering and 
operations experience from 
Sprint Corp. 



Romatsu founds new company 



Komatsu America International 
Company has formed a new sub- 
sldary company, DataKom Publish- 
ing Corporation. DataKom will be 
the centeralized entity for English 
language sales and service literature 
for Komatsu global operations. 



Headquartered In Vernon Hills, 
the new company will be responsible 
for integrating the sales and service 
literature resource of Komatsu Amer- 
ica International Company, Komatsu 
Mining Systems Inc. and Komatsu 
Utiltiy Corporation. 



ON THE MOVE 



Gregorys. Kobus, Chairman 
and President of Hawthorn Bank of 
Mundelein announced the Board of 
Directors of Hawthorn Bank has 
elected Alice V. Kobus Vice Chair- 
person and Vice President-Market- 
ing. Mrs. Kobus, a founder of 
Hawthorn Bank, has been a director 
since the inception of the bank. 

Mary L. Floyd, 55, of Grays lake 
won a Special Achievement Award 
at a gala luncheon held in the grand 
ballroom of the Palmer House 
Hilton Hotel. More than 500 people 
attended, and 9 1 honorees 50 years 
and older received awards. NBC 5 
Chicago and BlueCross BlueShield 
of Illinois cosponsored the event, 
and Warner Saunders, NBC's an- 
chor, was the emcee. Mary is an ad- 
ministrative Assistant to the Vice 
President of sales at Alliant Foodser- 
vice, Inc. She was nominated by her 
employer for her outstanding atten- 
dance, performance, and commit- 
ment; willingness to learn new 
skills; and influence on other em- 
ployees. Her employer describes 
projects to improve office condi- 
tions - always willing to do things 
above and beyond the scope of her 
job." 

Jim Peckos, of McHenry, has 
joined the companies of the Princi- 
pal Financial Group as agent and 

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Princor registered representative. 

Jim has complete extensive 
training and testing and is licensed 
to offer insurance and Investment 
products and services. 

Alain H. Oiler, formerly of The 
Bank of 
Waukegan, 
has joined 
the Lake 
Forest staff 
ofTheNe- 
fwin Mort- 
gage Group, 
LTD, as a se- 
nior lending 
consultant 

Oiler Is 
active with 
the Lake' 
County 

Assn. of Realtors and serves on the 
public relations committee. He is 
also the president of the Rotary 
Club of Waukegan for 1999-2000. 




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GYM : Neighborhood 
receptive to new business 



types of services will be offered in the 
addition. Cichocki said a pool or mas- 
sage services are being considered. 

"We want to be interactive with 
the community," said Cichocki. 

Cichocki said the development 
will be highly beneficial to Gurnee 
and surrounding areas. Approxi- 
mately 42 people have already 
signed up to be members, with 
many people coming from neigh- 
boring communities such as 
Mundelein, Wadsworth and Zion. 

"Gumee will now have a state- 
of-the-art facility which is close to 
home that everyone can enjoy," said 
Cichocki. "It's got everything you 
can imagine." 

The atmosphere will be family 
oriented, with less emphasis on 
body-building than other Gold's 
Gym locations have had. 

"We want more emphasis on 
family programs," said Cichocki. 
"We know Gurnee is a family com- 



munity." 

The facility will also help serve as 
a catalyst for other businesses to 
move Into the area. 

"It's an attractive quarter for oth- 
er businesses who want to move in. 
This is an area we can serve well," 
said Cichocki. "Here [in GumeeJ, 
there isn't anything like a Gold's 
Gym. We offer something good and 
unique." 

Gold's Gym is currently accept- 
ing new members. The current rates 
are $19 to $24 per month, with a $99 
enrollment fee. After the grand 
opening, the per-month fee will in- 
crease to $39. For membership in- 
formation, call 662-4600. 

Currently, pre-grand opening 
specials are being held at the Gurnee 
Holiday Inn, Cichocki said. Visitors 
can view a representation of the 
equipment as well as artwork which 
will be featured once Gold's Gym 
opens in October. 



TAYLOR: Marketing tips 
to help you set sale 



• Deliver real value. I often tell 
the audiences at my workshops and 
seminars that I have no desire to be 
the low-price leader as a profes- 
sional speaker. Trying to compete 
on price alone is like seeing who 
can lean over the bridge railing the 
furthest without falling in the water. 
I'll leave price-cutting to great 
swimmers. 

I'll take the high value road. I much 
prefer the high price and great val- 
ue approach. My goal is to deliver 
great content, in a creative manner, 
with confidence every time I step to 



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•Keep your promises. An empty 
promise Is a surefire way to runoff 
customers. Don't deliver to my 
ears, put it in my hands; Want to 
satisfy customers? Keep your 
promises. Want to win a customer 
for life, under promise, over deliver. 

Don Taylor is the co-author of 
Up Against the Wal- Marts, You 
may write to him in care of Minding 
Your Own Business, PO Box 67, 
Amarillo, IX 79105. 




Libertyville attorney Douglas 
Hallo has been chosen for inclu- 
sion in Marquis' Who's Who in 
America, Millennium Edition. Rallo 
has also been selected to Who's 
Who in American Law since 1992. 
Attorney Douglas Rallo represents 
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wrongful death or worker's com- 
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On July 26, Dr. Michael Duzey of 
the Vernon Hills Chiropractic Clinic 
launched a new pilot program in col- 
laboration with the Muscular Dys- 
trophy Association to benefit local 
patients with neuromuscular disease 
and their families. From now until 
Labor Day weekend, Duzey will 
waive his regular $150 to $200 spinal 
exam fee in exchange for a minimum 
donation to the MDA of $25 or more 
from patients receiving the exam. 



The consultation includes a com- 
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exam as well as any necessary spinal 
x-rays that many patients also need. 
Proceeds will go directly to the MDA 
North Shore, which serves about 500 
patients and their families in the 
Lake County and North Shore area. 
"We're trying to make people 
more familiar with muscular dystro- 
phy and take better care of their own 
spinal conditions," said Duzey. "By 



helping themselves, they can help 
others." Duzey has been providing 
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hopes the recently initiated pilot 
program will translate to other chi- 
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Duzey is a member of the Illinois 



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1055 Main St., Antioch, IL 

Dan Dugenske, Director 

(847)395-4000 

SPRING GROVE FUNERAL CHAPEL 

8103 Wilmot Rd., P.O. Box 65, Spring Grove, IL 60081 

Kurk P. Paleka, Director 

(815) 675-0550 or Toll Free (888) 394-8744 

STRANG FUNERAL CHAPEL AND CREMATORIUM, LTD. 

410 E. Relvidere Grayslake, IL 

(847) 223-8122 

David G. Strang and Richard A Gaddis, Director 



Joseph N. Sikes Donald (Ida) Huhn, Jo (Stephen) Huber, Andy (Patricia) 

Age 90, a lifelong resident of Grayslake passed away July Huhn, and Wayne (Barb Kramer) Huhn; 19 grandchildren and 



23, 1999 at his home. He was bom March 10, 1909 In 
Grayslake. His parents were the late L Y. Sikes (Former presi- 
dent of Merchants and Farmers Bank in Grayslake) and the' 
late Ida M. Sikes, his two brothers Athol and John also pre- 
ceded him In death. Joseph was a graduate of Ubertyville 

High School, the University of Southern California, and and Crematorium, Ltd., Grayslake. 
Harvard Law School. He was admitted to the BL State Bar In, Interment was held at Highland Memorial : Park 

1934 and opened his first law office In Waukegan and later Cemetery, 
years had law offices In Grayslake until retiring In 1991. He . > 
was active In municipal law, was a long time attorney for the X Hflltia M. Young 



25 great grandchildren; her brothers, Albert (Dorothy) 
Rosensteln and David (Libby) Rosen; and her sister, Gertie 
Harris. She Is preceded In death by her husband, Albert 
Bucderi (1970) and her husband, John Henry Huhn (1982); 
Funeral Services were held at the Strang Funeral Chapel 



Village of Grayslake, the Grayslake Fire Department, for the 
village of Lake Zurich, Hawthorn Wood and Round Lake" Park. 
He was also the attorney instrumental in the organization of 
the Round Lake Sanitary District, the Grayslake High School 
District 127 and the Grayslake Park District He was president; 
of the Lake County Savings and Loan Association, Grayslake; ' 
having held that office from Its organization In 1959 until it 
was sold In 1977. He also served as chairman of the board of 
the Home Savings and Loan Association for three years, and 
was a director of the McHenry Savings Bank, McHenry, He 



Age 86 of Antioch, passed away Friday, July 23, 1999 at 
Rolling Hills Manor, ZIon. She was bom Nov. 17, 1912 in Ely, 
Minn.; the daughter of the late" John and Anna Marie 
(Pruikkonen) Konu.Mrs. Young had lived In SkokJe for many 
years before moving to Antioch in 1995. On July Hi 1939, she 
married William C Young in Chicago and he preceded her In 
death on May 13, 1983. 

Survivors Include her daughter, Patricia (the late 
Anthony) MUazzo of Antioch and her three grandchildren, 
Kim, Kristen and Jenna. In addition to her husband, she Is 



was a past president of the Lake County Bar Association and preceded In death by two sisters and five brothers. 



a member of the American bar Association and Illinois Bar 
Association. He was a member of Rising Sun Lodge 115, 
AF&AM, Waukegan Chapter 41, past commander of the for- 
mer Waukegan Commandery 12, Knights Templar, the 
Oriental Consistory, Medinah Temple, Lake County Shrine 
Club, Chain O'Lakcs Shrine Club, past Worthy Patron Sorosis 
Chapter 325, OES, Grayslake.' He also was a long time mem- 
ber of the City dub, Waukegan, and a member of the United 



Funeral Services were held at Strang Funeral Home of 
Antioch. 

Interment was at All Saints Cemetery, Des Plalnes. 

In lieu of flowers, those desiring may make contributions 
for the American Heart Association In her memory. 

Elmer R. 'AT Neilson 

Age 67 ofBeloit,Wis., died Saturday evening, July24, 1999 



Protestant Church, Grayslake, a life member of Grayslake In Belolt Memorial Hospital after a long illness. He was bom 



Historical Society. Joe was the Grand Marshall for the 
Grayslake Centennial Parade In 1955. 

Joseph is survived by his wife, Estelle Kralg Sikes, his five 
chjldren Carl Sikes, Kay (James) Nlckell, California, JoAnn 
(James) Chalmers, Michigan, Dr. Joseph N. Sikes, Jr., (Sydnor) 



May 19, 1932 In Chicago, the son of Elmer and Helen (Yanos) 
Nlelson. He married Karin Collins Newman on Aug. 9, 1996 In 
JanesvUIe, Wis. Al was an Army veteran serving during the 
Korean Conflict At the time of his retirement, he was 
employed with Orkin. He was a member of Teamsters Local 



Texas, Mary (James) Caldwell, Colorado; his step daughter, 713 and the Bcloit Moose Club. Al enjoyed travel and visiting 
Karyn Culver, Arkansas; his six grandchildren, Eric (Julia) with friends. He was happy to putter about In his Immacu- 



Nlckell and Brett Nlckell, California, David and Sara 
Chalmers, Michigan, Charlotte and Victoria Sikes, Texas, 
Sierra Rose Caldwell, Colorado and three step grandchildren, 
Jeremiah and Chamlsa Wheeler, Colorado and Ben Wheeler, 
Arkansas. 

Funeral Services were offered at Strang Funeral Chapel 
and Crematorium, Ltd., Grayslake with the Rev. Judith Wang, 
Pastor United Protestant Church. Grayslake, officiating. 

Interment was at Highland Memorial Park Mausoleum. 
UbertyvlUe, 

Memorials may^be gfterQp Grayslake Historical Society 

In till memory. 



Summer 'Sissy' Williams 

Age 2 months old passed away Tuesday, Jury 20, 1999 at 
Condell Medical Center in UbertyvilJe. She was bom May 22, 
1999 at Highland Park Hospital. 

She leaves her parents, Tina Nicholas and Richard- 
Williams of Round Lake Park; brother, Kyle; maternal grand-'* wflHaitl S. KOfolS 



lately organized garage, and was very handy when It came to 
fixing just about anything. 

He will be dee ply missed by his beloved and de voted wife 
Karin, his children, Jill Neilson of Berkeley, Calif., Dawn 
Neilson of Vemon Hills, Larry (Carrie) Verjlnski of Spring 
Grove, and Michael Verjsnski of Round Lake; five grandchil- 
dren, Jennifer, Stephanie, Larry and Matthew Verjlnski and 
lacob Neilson Grasso; ah uncle, William Neilson of McHenry, 
. two step brothers, Keith and Ken Neilson and bis mother-in- 
law arid good friend , Anna Collins of Belolt, Wis, He Is further 
survived by other relatives and friends. He is preceded In 
.. death by his parents. 

AJfc wish was that no services be held. 
Memorials to /an esvUle Hospice Core, Inc. maybe direct' 
ed to the family. 

. Schocnfeid Funeral Home, Beloif, Wis. assisted the fami- 
ly with arrangements. 



parents, Jerry (Natalie) Moynihan; paternal grandparents, 
Raymon (Beverly) Mejla all of Round Lake Beach; grandfa- 
ther, Franklin Williams of Des Plalnes; several aunts, uncles 
and cousins. She Is preceded In death by her twin Zachery 
Williams on June 21, 1999. . 

Funeral Services were held at the Strang Funeral Chapel 
and Crenatorium, Ltd., Grayslake with the Pastor Doyle, offi- 
ciating. 

Interment was followed at Highland Memorial Park 
Cemetery in Libertyville. 

Memorials may be given to the family In memory of 
Summer. 

Jack Richardson 

Age 74, passed away July 23, 1999 at Rush-Presbyterian 
St. Lukes Hospital in Chicago. He was born in Waukegan, and 
was a lifelong resident of Grayslake. Jack graduated from war- 
ren High School In 1943. During WWII, while serving his 

country in the Army Air Corp., he became a POWln Germany Cancer Society or Hospice of Northshore. 2821 Central, 

and later was a recipient of the Purple Cross. He was a mem- Evanston, IL, 60221-1221 In his memory, 
berofthe American Legion Post 659 In Grayslake, a member 

of the Grayslake Historical Society, an officer of the Grayslake MHOS R UVesque 

Lions Club, an active Avon Township trustee, a past member Age 92, a resident of Fox Lake for the past 19 years, for- 

of the Grayslake Volunteer Fire Department, amemberofthe merly of Chicago, and Vermont, died onTuesday, July 20, 1999 

Buoys and Belles Square Dance Club, and also a member of at the Winchester House Nursing Home ui Ubertyville. He 

the United Protestant Church In Grayslake. Jack was retired was bom on June 15, 1907 In SL Anne's Quebec, Canada to his 



Age 57 of Antioch, passed away Tuesday, June 29, 1999 at 
Evanston Hospital, Evanston. He was bom May 7, 1942 In 
Kenosha, Wis, the son of the late Stanley and Caroline 
(Schlueter) Robis. He grew up In Antioch, graduated from 
Antioch High School and owned BR Electric In Antioch. He 
was a member of the Loyal Order of the, Moose Lodge 525 of 
Antioch and served in the U.S, Army in Vietnam. 

Survivors include two sisters, Joanne (Richard Resto) 
Robis of Whitewater, Wis. and Diane (Carroll) Wellborn of 
Auburn, Wash, and his special friend, Susan Wright of 
Antioch. He is also survived by his nieces, nephews, cousins 
and many friends. In addition to his parents, he is preceded In 
death by one sister, Mary Anne. 

A Memorial Service will be held at 11 a.mu Saturday, July 
31, at Strang Funeral Home of Antioch. 1055 Main St., (Route 
83) Antioch. 

Interment of ashes was in Mt, Carmel Cemetery, Antioch. 

Those desiring may make contributions to the American 




after 44 years of employment with Rockenbach Chevrolet In 
Grayslake. 

He Is Survived by his children Jill (Roger) Rcckis, Jody 
(Erich) Schuetz, and Jim (Terri)RIchardson; his grandchil- 
dren, Lindsey and Chelsey Pjeckis, Evan and Joel Schuetz, and 
Sarena, Tessa and Johnny Richardson; his cousins, nieces, 
and nephews. He is preceded In death by his parents, Lionel 
and Margaret Richardson; and his brother Dick "Moon* 
Richardson. 

Funeral Services were held at the United Protestant 
Church In Grayslake with Pastor Judy Wang officiating. 

Friends and family visited at the Strang Funeral Chapel 
and Crematorium, Ltd., Grayslake. 

Interment followed. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to 
the Grayslake Historical Society or to the Grayslake Fire and 
Rescue Squad. 

Rose Huhn 

Age BO, passed away Thursday, July 22, 1999 at Highland 
Park Hospital. She was bom In Chicago and resided in Round 
Lake Beach for 45 years. 

Rose is survived by her children, Lawrence (Doris) 
Buccleri, Sharon (Joseph) Chrobak, Barbara (Loren) Krelder, 



parents, Philias and Albertlne Levesque (nee Bourd) Mr. 
Levesque was a stationary engineer for CYO Company In 
Chicago for over 20 years and was a U.S. Army Veteran of 
WWII. 

' He Is survived by two sons, Paul Levesque of Tillamock, 
Ore. and Frank Levesque of Waukegan; two daughters, Eva 
(Les) Szukala of Ingteslde, and Mary (Jim) Parton of 
Hohenwald, Tenn. by seven grandchildren and one great 
grandson. He Is preceded in death by his wife, Hazel (nee 
Ordway) in 1956; by a son, Raymond Levesque; by a brother, 
Albert In 1995 and by a sister, Albertlne In 1989. 

Friends and family visited at the K. K. Hamsher Funeral 
Home, Fox Lake (the Chapel on the Lake). 

A Funeral Mass was heid at St BcdeCmhoiic Church with 
Father Jack Hefferan, officiating. 

Interment was in Vermont. 

In lieu of flowers, send donations . to: The Winchester 
House of Ubertyville, 1125 N. Milwaukee Ave., Urjertyville, IL. 
and Hospice of Northeastern Illinois, 410 S. Hager Ave., 
Barrington, IL 60010. 



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AnnRezmer 

Age 84 of West Miltmoro and 
Grayslokc, died on Monday, July 19, 
1999 at Condell Medical Center, 
Ubertyville. She was born on May 4, 
1915 to Martin and [Catherine (nee 
Kostclny) Misar In Chicago where she 
was raised and educated, She was a 
member of West Mlltmore and 
Grayslake since 19S2 before becoming a 
resident of Hillcrcst Retirement Village, 
Round Lake In 1995. She worked for DV1 
and Streeter Amct. After retirement, she 
enjoyed traveling to Australia and 
Japan; reading, playing cards and 
spending time with her five grandchil- 
dren. She was an active member of the 
Grayslake Seniors and the Warren 
Township Seniors Club. She was also an 
active long time member of the United 
Methodist Church, Lake Villa and more 
recently the United Protestant Church, 
Grayslake. 

She Is survived by her children, 
Georglanne (Frank) Hall, Martin (Nancy) 
Rezmer, and John (Carol) Rezmen grand- 
children, Michael, Jill, Steven, Andrew 
and Gracelyn. She also leaves numerous 
nieces, nephews and dear friends. She is 
preceded in death by her husband, 
George John Rezmer whom she wed on 
Oct. 22, 1936 in Chicago; her parents 
Martin and Katherine Mtsan and sisters, 
Betty and Judy. 

A Memorial Service was held at the 
United Methodist Church, Lake Villa with 
the Rev, Patricia Allen-Stewart, officiating. 
Interment was private. 
Funeral arrangements were entrust- 
ed to Strang Funeral Chapel and 
Crematorium, Ltd., Grayslake. 

The family has requested that In lieu 
of (lowers, donations be made in her 
memory to the Grayslake Fire 
Department, 164 Hawlcy St., Grayslake, 
IL, 60030. 



Dolores Marie Wieser 

Age 66 of McHenry, died Monday, 
July 19, 1999 at Northern Illinois 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: Sweet 
/repressions 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 20B N. 
Barron Blvd. (Rt. 83) Grayslake, IL 
60030 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Jennifer Wente, 513 Kenllworth Ct„ 
Grayslake, IL 60030, 847-223-9175. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend(s) to conduct the above named 
business trom the locations) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person{s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
/s/Jennlfer Wente. July 10, 1999. 

The foregoing instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 12th day of July, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Rlchard A. Anderson 

Notary Public 

Received: July 13,1999 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0799D-2810-GL 

July 23, 1999 

July 30, 1999 

August 6, 1999 



THE DEADLINE 

FOR LEGAL 

NOTICES 

IS 

TUESDAY 

AT LM. 



Medical Center in McHenry. She was 
born Sept. 19, 1932 in Chicago to Walter 
and Mary Rasmusscn. Formerly of 
Chicago, she moved with her parents to 
McHenry in 1960, On Jan. 27, 1962, she 
married Michael J. Wieser nt St. Mary 
Church In McHenry. She was a home- 
maker, and enjoyed bowling. An avid 
gardener, she also enjoyed caring for 
her many African Violet plants, She 
enjoyed watching a wide array of sport- 
ing events, and was an avid Chicago 
Bulls and Chicago Cubs fan. 

Survivors include her husband of 
37 years; three daughters, Lorraine 
Schmitt of McHenry, Beth(MIchael) 
Kinsala of McHenry, and Julie (Charles) 
Baker of McHenry; four grandchildren, 
Matthew, Stephen, Krystal and Kohl; 
and a brother, Jack (Jane) Rasmussen of 
Pcnsacola, Fin. She Is preceded in death 
by her parents; a son-in-law, Michael 
Schmitt; a sister, Elaine Jablowlcz; and 
two brother, Walter Rasmussen Jr. and 
Donald Rasmusscn. 

No visitation was scheduled. 

A private Funeral Mass for the family 
only is scheduled at a later date at Church 
of Holy Apostles In McHenry. 

George R. Justen and Son Funeral 
Home, assisted the family with the funer- 
al arrangements. 

Memorials to Home of the Sparrow, 
RO. Dox343, McHenry, IL 60051, would be 
appreciated by the family. 

Mildred 'Millie' A. Sullivan 

Age 69 of Fox Lake, passed away 
Monday, July 26, 1999 at her home. She 
was bom on March 4, 1930 in Chicago, 
the daughter of the iate Joseph and 
MIchelina (Sacamano) Garritano. She 
had lived in Chicago and Lake Villa for 
many years before moving to Fox Lake In 
1994. MUJIe was a faithful member of St. 
Peter Church in Spring Grove and was the 
current president of St. Peter Church in 
Spring Grove and was the current presi- 
dent of the Christian Mothers' Society. 
She retired in 1996 after 17 years working 
in sales with Classic Coffee in 
Lincolnwood. On Sept. 24. 1960 she mar- 
ried Edward Sullivan in Chicago and he 



preceded her In death on Dec 24, 1977, 

Survivors include one son, John 
(Judy) Sullivan of Spring Grove; two sis- 
ters, Josephine (TonyJTrcmtacosta of Des 
Plalncs and Catherine (Stephen) Clancy 
of Romeovillc. She was the grandmother 
of Nicole and Kathryn Sullivan. Many 
nieces and nephews also survive her. 
Besides her husband, she is also preceded 
in death by one brother, Charlie 
Garritano. 

A Memorial Funeral Mass of 
Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m., 
Saturday, July 31, at St. Peter Church, 21 IB 
Main St., Spring Grove, with the Rev. 
Andrew Plesa, officiating. 

Interment will be private at Warren 
Cemetery in Gurnee. 

In lieu of flowers those desiring may 
make contributions to St. Peter Church in 
her memory. 

Funeral arrangements were entrust- 
ed to Spring Grove Funeral Chapel, Spring 
Grove. 

Elsie B. Ilalsey (nee Boyle) 

Age 85 of Lake Villa, passed away 
Monday, July 26, 1999 at her residence. 
She was bom March 26, 1914 In Putnam 
County, and had made her home in Lake 
County since 1944. She was a former vol- 
unteer with the old Avon Centre School 
food program. 

She leaves her husband, John George 
Halsey whom she wed on May 7, 1938 in 
Michigan; daughter, Audrey (Lyndon) 
Berglund of Grayslake; sons, George 
(Diane) Halsey of Charleston and John 
(Barbara) Halsey of Ottawa; seven grand- 
children and six great grandchildren; sis- 
ter, Margaret Boyle of Chicago. She Is pre- 
ceded in death by her brother, Joseph; sis- 
ters, Cara Boyle and Dorothy Brinkley. 

Funeral Services were held at St. 
Andrews Episcopal Church, Grayslake. 

Friends and family visited at the 
Strang Funeral Chapel and Crematorium, 
Ltd., Grayslake. 

Interment followed at Highland 
Memorial Park Cemetery, Libertyville 

Memorials may be given to the St. 
Andrews Episcopal Church In memory or 
Mrs. Halsey. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
To: Michael Goia, Irene Gola 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy 
or actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Dale Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 05-21-201-007 
Sold (or General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 34952 N. Leonard Av., ingleside; West line of Leonard 
Avenue, approximately 726.12 feet north of Gogol Avenue. 
Permanent Index No: 05-21-201-007 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 
1999 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed 
which will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption is 
not made on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an 
order on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court ol this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by apply- 
ing to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukeoan 
Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 



0799C-2757-FL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 

To: Pamela Ullo, IRA Investments, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns. U any; persons In occupancy 
or actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed No. 96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 07-13-219-005 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY. HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located at: Pacific Av., Gurnee; South line of Pacific Avenue, approxi- 
mately 60 feet west of Boulevard View Avenue, 

Permanent Index No: 07-13-219-005 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 
1999 as extended, 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed 
which will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption Is . 
not made on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an 
order on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by apply- 
ing to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 



0799C-2760-GP 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 

LAKE COUNTY ZONING NOTICE #3083 

GRANT TOWNSHIP 

The Lake County Zoning Board of Appeals has scheduled a public hearing on 
Monday August 23, 1999 at 1:30 p.m. In the Grant Township Hall. 411 Washington 
St Ingiaslde, II. on the application of Frank Carrlllo, record owner, requesting a 
Conditional Use Permit to allow ftoodplaln development for the purpose of construc- 
tion a single-family detached house and garage. 

The subject property la located at 26305 W, Marshal, contains 0.80 acre and Is legal- 
ly described as: 

LOTS 64, 65, 68 AND 67 OAKLAND SUBDIVISION OF THE 
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF 
SECTION 14, TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, RANGE 9, EASTOFTHETHIRD 
PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN. ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF 
RECORDED SEPTEMBER 21, 1821 AS DOCUMENT 205487, IN BOOK 
"K" OF PLATS, PAGE 78, IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
This application Is available for public examination at the office of the Lake County 
Zoning Board of Appeals, 18 N. County St., Room 600, Waukegan, II, (Ph. 847/360- 

6465) ' Gloria Helko 

Chairperson 

0799E-2829-FL 
July 30, 1099 



PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Silvio Marchlorl, Elaine Kalborg, Charles W. Kalber, Francea R Marchlorl, 
Cosmopolitan National Bank of Chicago, as Trustee of Trust #18583, 
their Bpouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy 
or actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Dale Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 07-13-219-006 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: Pacific Av., Gurnee; South line of Pacific Avenue lying west 
and adjacent to Boulevard View Avenue. 
Permanent Index No: 07-13-21 9-006 

This notice Is to advise you that tha above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sate will expire on December 2, 
1999 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed 
which will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is 
not made on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an 
order on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by apply- 
ing to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County ol Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2761-GP 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Bezouska & Fredrick American Nat'l Bank & Trust Co. of Chicago, 
Trust #121384, Johnson Bank, Bank of Waukegan, as Trustee, Trust 
#1154, First Midwest Bank, NA, Schema Development Ltd., Partnership, 
LaSalle National Trust, as Trustee, Trust #24-007073-00 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons in occupancy 
or actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 07-24-306-015 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: Washington St., Gurnee; Northwesterly Intersection of 
Washington Street and Ambroglo Drive. 
Permanent Index No: 07-24-306-015 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 

i CjCiQ ae p'iftp nri Af*i 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed tor a tax deed 
which will transfer title and the right to possession of thi3 property if redemption is 
not made on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an 
order on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1899 by apply- 
ing to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further Information contact the County Clerk, 

County of Lake, as Trustee 

Purchaser 

0799C-2763-GP 

July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 

To: Thomas L Giles, LaSalle Bank, Trust #9082, 

their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy 

or actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 

described real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 

County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 

Permanent Index No: 05-15-202-061 

Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located at: 693 S. Hwy 59, Fox Lake, Easterly line of Highway 59, 

approximately 32.5 feet south of Crestvlew Drive. 

Permanent Index No: 05-15-202-061 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 

™ s and that lhe p€, ^ ,od of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 
1999 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed tor a tax deed 
which will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is 
not made on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application tor an 
order on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set tor hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

„„ SSffiJ P? J? resent at thla hearln 9 but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately lo prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by apply- 
ing to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, 
Illinois, 

For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2756-FL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 










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_ j PUBUC NOTICE 

To: Kenneth L Kasper, Patricia D. Kasper 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate, 

Tax Deed No.96TX1 

TAKENOTICE 
County of Lake, Dale Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 05-04-1 1 5-007 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENTTAXES 

Property tocated at 37835 N. Karen CI.. Spring Grove; East line of Karen Court, 
approximately 1 10 feet east and 30 feet south with Ite Intersection with Nora Place 

Permanent Index No: 05-04-1 1 5-007 ' 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 
as extended, 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and tho right to possession of this property If redemption Is not made 
on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Inlands to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set tor hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01 /1 3/2000. 

Nbu may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying 
to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further Information contact the County Clerk, 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 




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0799C-2751-FL 
Jury 16, 1999 
Jury 23, 1999 
Jury 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Walter GuzJck, John F.Yusba, Amelia Yusba 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.9STX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 05-14*312-002 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENTTAXES 
Property located at 35330 N. Ingleside Dr., Ingleslde; West line of Ingleside Drive, 
approximately 40 feet south of Marie Lane. 
Permanent Index No: 05-14-312-002 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 
as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been Wed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is not made 
on or before December 2, 1 999. 

The County ol Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application tor an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent I033 of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying 
to the County Clerk ol Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County ol Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2754-FL 
Jury 18, 1990 
July 23, 1999 
Jury 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Lurry Standi, Janet Tfeykx Stand!, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns. If any; persons In occupancy or . 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County ot Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/10/1996 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-204-008 
Sold for General Taxas of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENTTAXES 
Property located at: 26958 N. Bernlce St, Wauconda; West line ol Bernica Street 
lying adjacent and southerly to east Parte Avenue. 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-204-008 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1 999 

This notice i3 also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession ol this property rf redemption Is not made 
on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an order 
on the petition tor a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/27/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent toss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying 
to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-27B8-WL 
Jury 16. 1999 
July 23. 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: John Estock, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/1071996 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-204-002 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENTTAXES 

Property located at 26943 N. Ellen St., Wauconda: East line of Ellen Street, approx- 
imately 58.9 feet southerly of east Park Avenue. 

Permanent Index No: 09-33-204-002 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold tor delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed tor a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 2, 1999. . 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/27/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 

expired at that time. 
, rbu are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent los3 of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying 
to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2787-WL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 

i Ntedelaon, Glen Investments 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.B6TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 1 2/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 05-13-300-011 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENTTAXES 
Property located at 35459 N. Everett Av., Ingleside; A body of wafer lying epproxf- 
matoty 241.65 feet southerly of terminus of Orchard Street with take as measured 
along shoreline. 

Permanent Index No: 05-13-300-01 1 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 
as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption la not made 
on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set tor hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county in Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 
Nbu are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent toss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying 
to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2753-FL 
Jury 16, 1999 
Jury 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: William D. Hufner, Barbara Hulner 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed No96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 05-15-104-103 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

• THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENTTAXES 

Property located at 35549 N. Marine Dr., Fox Lake; West line of Marine Drive, 
approximately 78.1 feet north of Anchorage Lane. 

Permanent Index No: 05-1 5-1 04-1 03 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 
as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent toss of property. 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying 
to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois, 

For further information contact the County Cleric 

County ol Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

,079eC-27W-R_ 

JuJy16.1909 
July 23. 1968 
Jury 30. 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: -» Mfcttaei Qota, freoe Goto 
their spouses, heirs, osvisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties interested in the hereinafter 
described real estate 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent index No: 05-21-201-008 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENTTAXES 
Property located at 34940 N. Leonard Av.. Ingleside; Westerly line of Leonard 
Avenue, approximately 651.53 feet north ol Gogol Avenue. 
Permanent Index No: 05-21-201-006 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1 999 
as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property H redemption Is not made 
on or before December 2, 1 999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make appDcatlon for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of 
this county in Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

Ybu are urged to redeem Immed lately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2. 1999 by applying 
to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois, 
For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2758-FL 

.Jury 16, 1999 

July 23, 1999 

Jury 30. 1999 

PUSUC NOTICE 

To: Larry Standi, Janet Taylor (Standi), Glen Investments 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any, persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/10/1996 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-204-009 
Sold tor General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENTTAXES 
Property located aU 26948 N. Bernlce St., Wauconda; West line of Bernlce Street, 
approximately 64.4 feet southerly of east Park Avenue. 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-204-009 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1 999 
as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption b not made 
on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/27/2000. 

M>u may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at (hat time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying 
to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2789-WL 
July 16, 1999 
Jury 23, 1999 
Jury 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINES8 

NAME APPUCAT10N 
NAME OF BUSINESS: K&L Custom 
Work 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 28168 Ann 
Ct„ Wauconda, IL (847) 487-6133. 
NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Laszlo Schmidt, 28168 Ann Ct, 
Wauconda, IL (847) 487-6133. 
STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 
This is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend (9) to conduct the above named 
business from the location^) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the personfs) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
/s/LaszIo Schmidt 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 15th day of Jury, 1 999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/a/Barbara J. Erskin 

Notary Public 

Received: Jufy 15, 1999 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0799D-2805-WL 

Jury 23, 1999 

Jury 30, 1999 

August 6, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPUCAT10N 
NAME OF BUSINESS: TGI 
ADDRESSES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 66 N. Old 
Rand Road, Lake Zurich, IL 60047, 
847-438-6383. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Mohan K. TaJwar, .1022 March SL, 
Lake Zurich, IL 60047, 847-438-2820. 
Anil K. Talwar, 402 Oakmont Lane, 
Schaumburg, IL 60173, B47-619- 
6666. 

STATE OF ILUNOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend (s) to conduct the above named 
business from .the tocatlon(s) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name<» of the person^ owning, con- 
ducting or transacting Uvi ta uskt— 
' Ware correct as shown.' 
/a/Mohan K: Talwar, Jury 17; 1999 
/a/Anil rCTahvar, July 17. 1999 

The. foroooinfl instrument was 
acfcnowtodpeet before mo by the per- 
sonfs) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 1 7th day of Jufy. 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 
/a/Frank G. Roux 
Notary Public 
Received: Jufy 20, 1999 
Willard R Helander 
Lake County Clerk 
0799E-2825-WL 
July 30, 1999 
Augusts, 1999 
August 13, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE OF 
PUBUC HEARING 

PURSUANT TO SECTION 4.4 of 
the Park Code, the Round Lake Area 
Park District has on fie for public 
Inspection the Proposed Annual 
Budget and Appropriation Ordinance 
for said Park District. Anyone wishing 
to examine this Ordinance may do so 
during business hours until August 12, 
1999, at the Park District Office, 814 
Hart Road, Round Lake, Illinois 
60073. 

On August 12, 1999, at 7:00pm. A 
public hearing on the Budget and 
Appropriation Ordinance shall be held 
at the Park District Office located at 
814 Hart Road, Round Lake, Illinois 
with final action taken on that night 
The public Is Invited to attend and par- 
ticipate In this hearing. 

/s/Carl Hauser 

Round Lake Area Park District 

Carl Hauser, Secretary 

Board of Park Commissioners 

0799E-2834-RL ■ 
Jury 30, 1999 



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July 30, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

ORDINANCE 1909-97 

BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE 

of the Grayslake Flro Protection District, located In the County of Lake, State of 

Illinois, for the fiscal year beginning May 1, 1999, and ending April 30, 2000. 

Now be It ordained by tho Board of Trustees of the Qrayslake Flro 
Protection District, County of Lake, State of Illinois In mooting assembled as follows; 
SECTION 1 : That the following budget containing an estimate of receipts 
and expenditures for the following funds, Corporate, Ambulance, Audit, Liability 
Insurance, Social Security, and Pension, Is hereby adopted as the budget of this Flro 
Protection District for the fiscal year mentioned above and shall be In full force and 
effort from and aftor this date. 



I. 



I 



| 

I 

t 



1,020,268 

5,600 

19,000 

1,233 

10,500 

4,500 

2,500 

18,000 






GENERAL CORPORATE 
Beginning Cash on hand May 1, 1999 
ESTIMATED REVENUES 
Property Tax 
Replacement Tax 
Interest Earned 
Fire Training Act 
Foreign Fire Tax 
Service Fees 
Miscellaneous Income 
Impact Fees 

Total Estimated Revenues 
Total Estimated Funds Available 
BUDGETED EXPENDITURES 

ADMINISTRATION - Corporate 
Chief 

Salary Trustees 
Salary Treasurer 
Legal Services 
Printing and Publication 
Office Equipment 
Repairs Office Equipment 
Stationary Office Supplies 
Postage 
Telephone 

State Unemployment Tax 
Dues to Organization 
Conference Meeting Expenses 
Food-Meetings, Practice 
Annual Functions 
Miscellaneous Expenses 
TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 
FIRE STATION BUILDING-Corporale 
Capital Building Reserve 
Traffic Signal Reserve 
Maintenance - Repairs 
Materials - Supplies 
Station equipment Portable 
Repairs • Station Equipment 
Utilities • Electric, Water, Gas 
Insurance 
Miscellaneous 

TOTAL FIRE STATION BUILDING 
FIREFJGHTING, EMERGENCY RESCUE, 

APPARATUS, EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES 

Capital Apparatus Reserve 

Chief Assessment 

Capital Equipment 

Maintenance - Apparatus 

Maintenance - Equipment 

Supplies • Small Equipment 

Personnel - Protective Gear 

Personnel - Dress Uniform 

Gasoline • Diesel Fuel 

Insurance - Vehicles 

Insurance - Equipment 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL F.F.E.R.A.E. SUPPLIES 

FIRE PROTECTION SERVICE - Corporate 

Salaries - Members P.O.C. 

Salaries - Full Time 

Salaries • Overtime 

Medical Insurance 

Inspection Bureau Expenses 

Dispatcher Alarm 

Alarm Facilities 

Communication Service 

Communication Capital Equipment 

insurance • Life 

Training Expenses 

Medical Physicals 

Employee Assessment 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL FIRE PROTECTION 

Provisions for Contingencies 

Total Estimated Expenditures/ 

Appropriation 

AMBULANCE FUND 

Beginning Cash on Hand May 1 , 1999 

ESTIMATED REVENUES 

Property Tax 

Ambulance Fees 

Interest Earned 

Miscellaneous Income 

Impact Fees 

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 

TOTAL ESTIMATED FUNDS AVAILABLE 

BUDGETED EXPENDITURES 

ADMINISTRATION - Ambulance 

Chief 

Salary Trustees 

Salary Treasurer 

Legal Services 

printing and Publication 

Office Equipment 

Repairs - Office Equipment 

Stationery Office Supplies 

Postage 

Telephone 

State Unemployment Tax 

Dues to Organizations 

Conference Meeting Expenses 

Food - Meetings, Practices, Duty 

Annual Functions 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 
FIRE STATION BUILDING • Ambulance 

Capital Building Reserve 

Traffic Signal Reserve 

Maintenance • Repairs 

Materials - Supplies 

Station Equipment Portable 

Repairs - Station Equipment 

Utilities - Electric, Water, Gas 

Insurance 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL FIRE STATION BUILDING 

FIREFIGHTING, EMERGENCY RESCUE, 

APPARATUS, EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES 

Capital Apparatus 

Chiefs Assessment 

Capital Equipment 

Maintenance ■ Apparatus 
. Maintenance - Equipment 

Supplies - Small Tools 



81,405 



43,000 

2,200 

24,000 

6,000 

1,250 

7,500 

1,250 

2,500 

1,750 

6,800 

1,000 

1,250 

1,750 

750 

4,000 

200 



87,500 

2,500 

20,000 

2,200 

1,000 

750 

7,000 

1.800 

100 



Corporate 
125,000 
3.400 
30.000 
25,000 
4,500 
2,500 
7,000 
7.500 
6,000 
2,500 
500 
200 



75,000 

440,000 

65,000 

75,000 

4,500 

21,000 

300 

5,500 

2,000 

2,800 

7,500 

10.000 

2,000 

100 

10,156 



II. 



1,081.601 
1,163,006 



105,200 



122,850 



214.100 



710,700 



1,163,006 
89,573 





Personnel - Protective Gear 


7,000 






Personnel • Dress Uniform 


7,500 






Gasoline - Diesel Fuel 


3,400 






Insurance • Vehicle 


1,250 . 






Insurance • Equipment 


600 






Miscellaneous 


200 






TOTAL F.F.E.R.A.E. SUPPLIES 


168,350 




FIRE PR."."-: : 








Salaries - Members P.O.C. 


75,000 






Salaries - Full Time 


440,000 






Salaries • Overtime 


65,000 






Medical Insurance 


75,000 






Dispatcher Alarm 


21,000 






Alarm Facilities 


300 






Communication Service 


5,500 






Communication Capita) Equipment 


2,000 






Insurance • Lifo 


2,800 






Training Expenses 


7,500 


. 




Medical Physicals 


10,000 






Employee Assessment 


2,000 






Miscellaneous 


100 






TOTAL FIRE PROTECTION 




706,200 




Provisions for Contingency 


9,141 






Total Estimated Expenditures/ 




1,111,741 




Appropriation 






III. 


AUDIT FUND 








Beginning Cash on Hand May 1, 1999 


4,212 






ESTIMATED REVENUES 








Property Tax 


4.745 






Total Estimated Revenues 


4,745 






Total Estimated Funds Available 




8,957 




BUDGETED EXPENDITURES 








Audit Services 


4.500 






Total Estimated Expenditures/ 








Appropriations 




4,500 




Estimated Cash on Hand 4-30-00 




4,457 


IV. 


LIABILITY INSURANCE FUND 








Beginning Cash on Hand May 1, 1999 


19,001 






ESTIMATED REVENUES 








Property Tax 


71,182 






Dividend 


5,000 






Total Estimated Revenues 




95,183 




Total Estimated Funds Available 




95,163 




BUDGETED EXPENDITURES 








Liability Insurance 


80,000 






Total Estimated Expenditures/ 








Appropriation 




80,000 




Estimated Cash on Hand 4-30-00 




15,183 


V. 


SOCIAL SECURITY FUND 








Beginning Cash on Hand May 1, 1999 




30,632 




ESTIMATED REVENUES 








Property Tax 


104,399 






Total Estimated Revenues 




104,399 




Total Estimated Funds Available 




135,031 




BUDGETED EXPENDITURES 








Social Security and Pro Rata Share 








Administration 


104,000 






Total Estimated Expenditures/ 








Appropriations 


104,000 






Estimated Cash on Hand 4-30-00 


31,031 




VI. 


PENSION FUND 








Beginning Cash on Hand May 1,1999 









ESTIMATED REVENUES 








Property Tax 


204,054 






Total Estimated Revenues 




204,054 




Total Estimated Funds Available 




204.054 




BUDGETED EXPENDITURES 








Transfer to Pension Fund 


204,054 




ivi 


Total Estimated Expenditures/ 








Appropriations 


204,054 






Estimated Cash on Hand 4-30-00 









SUMMARY OF BUDGETED AMOUNT 






FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING APRIL 30, 2000 






BY FUND 






GENERAL CORPORATE FUND 1.163.006 






AMBULANCE FUND 1 ,1 1 1 .741 






AUDIT FUND 4,745 






LIABILITY INSURANCE FUND 71.182 






SOCIAL SECURITY FUND 104,399 






PENSION FUND 204,054 






TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 2,659,127 








SECTION 2: That there Is hereby appropriated for use for fire protection 


and ambulance service purposes for the said fiscal year the following: 




Total from. Corporate Fund 


1.163.006 






Total from Ambulance Fund 


1.111.741 






Total from Audit Fund 


4.745 






Total from Lfatjility Insurance Fund 


71.182 






Total frorp Social Security Fund 


104.399 






Total from Pension Fund 


204.054 


. 



863.668 

125,000 

19,000 

2,500 

12,000 



43.000 

2,200 

24,000 

6,000 

1,250 

7,500 

1.250 

2.500 

1,750 

6,800 

1,000 

1,250 

1,750 

750 

4,000 

200 



87,500 

2,500 

20,000 

2,200 

1,000 

750 

7,000 

1,800 

100 



Ambulance 
125,000 
3,400 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 



1,022,166 
1,111,741 



105,200 



122,850 



each such total being divided among the several objects and purposes specified and 
in the particular amounts slated for each fund respectively in Section 1, constituting 
the total appropriations in the amount of Two Million Six Hundred Fifty Nine Thousand, 
One Hundred Twenty Seven Dollars ($2,569,127) for the fiscal year May 1, 1999 to 
April 30, 2000 and that this Section 2 shall be and Is the annual appropriation ordi- 
nance of this District, passed by the Board of Trustees as required by law and shall 
be In full force and effect from and aftor this date. 

Adopted July 14, 19V3 by tho Board of Trustees of the Grayslake Fire 
Protection District in tho Count/ of LaVo, Stale of Illinois in meeting assembled. 

0799E-2B38-GL 
July 30, 1999 



PUBLIC iicrncE 
To: Margaret Purpura, 
their spouses, heirs, deviawrt, w/za-w/* rx «**y», if turf, persons In occupancy 
or actual possession and urfrmtm ftttr*** <x pwt*$ Irtwestod In tho hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed NO.06TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Promises SoW: 12/10/1996 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-101-010 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELI NOUGHT TAXES 
Property located et: 26872 N. Huston Av„ Waucortda; West line of Huston 
Avenue, lying westerly of its terminus with Main 8treot. 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-101-010 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has boon sold for delinquent 
taxes and that Ihe period of redemption from the sate will expire on December 2, 
1999 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed 
which will transfer title and the right to possession of this property it redemption is 
not made on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an 
order on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/27/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time, 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by apply- 
ing to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, 
Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2786-WL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
The Department of Children, and 
Family Services has received a 
request to change the conditions of 
the license held by the Anderson 
Road Group Home end Anderson 
Road GH Pro B., group homes locat- 
ed at 26991 Anderson Road In 
Wauconda, Illinois. 

Change the ago of children served 
from 12-16 years, to 12-21 years of 
age. 

Comments about this change may be 
sent to the DCFS Deputy Director of 
Operations at 100 West Randolph, 
Chicago, IL 60601. 

0799D-281 1-WL 

July 23, 1999 

Jury 30, 1999 

August 6, 1999 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: Advancod 
Endodontics, P.C. 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 103 S. 
Greenleaf, Ste. K, Gurnee, IL 60031. 
NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS; 
John E, Stuparltz, D.D.S. 50 Prairie 
Avenue, Hlghwood, Illinois 60040. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intond(s) to conduct the above named 
business from the location(s) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name (s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
/s/John E. Stuparltz, June 15,1999 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 15th day of June, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Maureen Drews 

Notary Public 

Received: July 15, 1999 

Linda lanuzl Hess 

Lake County Clerk 

0799C-2741-GP 

Jury 16, 1999 

July 23, 1999 

July 30, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Glra 
Enterprises 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
'STOBE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY; 33411 N. 
Hwy 45, Wildwood, IL 60030 (647) 
548-6648. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Girlie R. Slbulboro, 3341 1 N. Hwy 45, 
Wildwood, IL 60030 (847) 548-8648. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
intend (s) to conduct the above named 
business from the tocatlon(s) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
/s/Girlle R. Slbulboro, July 6, 1999 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me' by the per- 
son (s) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 7lh day of Jury, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/lvette M. Diaz 

Notary Public 

Received: July 7, 1999 

Willard R. Heiander 

Lake County Clerk 

0799C-2793-GL 

July 16, 1999 

July 23, 1999 

July 30, 1999 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: Nutrl Botox 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 1367 
Amherst Ct., Grayslake, IL 60030, 
847-223-4568. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Kathy Matlinsty, 1367 Amherst Ct„ 
Grayslake, I L 60030, 847-223-4568. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend(s) to conduct the above named 
business from the locations) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name(s) ol the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
/s/Kathy Mattlngly, July 23,1999 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
sons) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 23rd day of July, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/lvette M. Diaz 

Notary Public 

Received: July 23, 1999 

Willard R. Heiander 

Lake County Clerk 

0799E-2828-GL 

July 30, 1999 

August 6, 1999 

August 13, 1999 



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July 30, 1999 



LEGAL NOTICES 



Lakeland NewspapersfCA 5 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

To: John Mlcka, Jainoa Schwartz, John Gin, John Zajlcek, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successofs or assigns, tf any, persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown ownors or parties interested in the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed NO.06TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Dato Promisee Sold: 12/10/1999 
Permanent Index No: 09-21-310-017 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at 3827 Elder Dr., Island Lake; West line of Elder Drive, approxl- . 
mately 1 62.9 feet north of Southern Terrace, 
Permanent Index No: 09-21-310-017 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es andthat the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2. 1 999 as 
extended. 

This notice la also to advise you that a petition has been filed for atax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/27/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any lime on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2785-WL 
Jury 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: William Hlllman, Dolores Ctapp, Robert Clapp, America NatlonaJ Bank & 
Trust Company of, Frank M. Opeka, as successor Trustee, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any, persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/10/1990 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-205-001 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 26941 N, Bemtae Si, Wauconda; Southeasterly comer of Ber- 
nico Street and east Park Avenue. 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-205-001 

This notice Is to advtse you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2. 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/27/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. . 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

"0799C-2790-WL 
July 16, 1899 
July 23. 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 
To: ...OwhRoblE. Wood M«nort«J Nature PfBMfvw and WWdUto Sanctuary. • 
inc.. <{MNRMNI 

their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 05-04-1 12-023 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 37806 N. Watts Avenue East, Spring Grove; West line of Watts 
Avenue, approximately 393 feet northerly of Its Intersection with Nipperslnk Place. 
Permanent Index No: 05-04-1 12-023 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advtse you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. . .. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1 999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2750-FL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: John Zajlcek, Village of Round Lake Beach 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested in the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-16-413-022 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENTTAXES 
Property located at: 1522 Barberry Ln., Round Lake Beach; Westerly line of Barberry 
Drive, approximately 1 14.72 feet south of GofMew Drive. 
Permanent Index No: 06-16-413-022 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from Ihe sale will expire on December 2, 1 999 aa 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Inlends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set tor hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county in Waukegan, Illinois on 01/1 3/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that lime. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1 999 by applying to 
Ihe County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2766-RL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 

To: James C. Steen, Alberta Steen 
thofr spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Promises Sold: 12/10/1893 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-207-01 1 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 26905 N, Moray St., Wauconda*. East line of Moray Street, ap- 
proximately 1 06 feet north of Main Street 
Permanent Index No: 09-33-207-01 1 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise yoo that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an order 
. on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/27/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
. Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
Ihe County Clerk of Lake County at tha County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2791.WL 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Aspen Grove Homeowners Assoc, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 1 2/10/1996 
Permanent Index No: 09-35-104-001 
Sold for Genera) Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: Anderson Rd. , Wauconda; East line of Anderson Road, ap- 
proximately 253.95 feet north of Meadowvlew Drive. 
Permanent Index No: 09-35-104-001 

This notice Es to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/27/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2792-WL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30. 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Harry F.Stwy, Grace Slwy, Glen Investments, Village of Round Lake 

tnetr apousos, hofru, ctevisoea, successors or assiQns. tf any, persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-19-210-028 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at 1 1 1 3 Beverty Dr., Round Lake Beach; Southeasterly line of Bev- 
erly Drive, approximately 69.7 feet northeasteriy of its Intersection with Barberry Lane. 
Permanent Index No: 06-19-210-028 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and thai the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a lax deed, and this matter Is set lor hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1 999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at tha County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2768-RL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23. 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: Janet A. Smart, Glen Investments, Robin Bogeaus Seldenberg, Village of 
Round Lake Beach, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, tf any persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 

Permanent Index No: 06-19-210-018, 06-19-210-023. 06-19-210-024, 06-19-210-025 
and 06-19-210027 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at 1 1 1 5 through 1 21 5 Beverfy Dr., Round Lake Beach; four lots on 
easterly line ol Beverly Drive, lying between Barberry and Ronald Terrace. 

Permanent Index No: 06-19-210-016, 06-19-210-023, 06-19-210-024, 06-19-210-025 
and 06-19-210-027 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

Tnls notice Is also to advise you thai a petition has been filed lor a tax deed which will 
transfer title and the right to possession of this property rf redemption is not made on or 
before December 2, 1 999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/1P/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem wilt already have expired 
at that time. 
You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1 999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2767-RL 
July 23, 1999 
Jury 30. 1999 



FROM PAGE CI 




5 plead guilty 
to distribution 

Earlier this month, Rader plead- 
ed guilty to a charge of unlawful de- 
livery of a controlled substance be- 
fore Lake County Circuit Court Judge 
Barbara Gilleran-Johnson and was 
sentenced to seven years in the Illi- 
nois Department of Corrections. 

However, Rader petitioned the 
judge for incarceration in minimum 
security boot camp, and the petition 
was granted, If he is accepted Into the 
boot camp by the DOC and success- 
fully completes the four to six month 
program, he will not have to serve the 
prison term. 

On July 22, Crawford also entered 
a guilty plea before Judge Gilleran- 
Johnson to a charge of possession of 
controlled substance with intent to 
deliver. He was sentenced to four 
years probation, 18 months home 
confinement, ordered to perform 200 
hours of public service, as well as to 
testify truthfully in future cases if 
called. 

Brothers, meanwhile, pleaded 
guilty on July 19 to unlawful delivery 
of a controlled substance and was 
sentenced to six years in prison, with 
no opportunity for boot camp. 

Castellano is still awaiting a Sept 
7 trial date. 

The Lake County State's Attor- 
ney's Office, along with the Illinois At- 
torney General's Office, jointly pros- 
ecuted the case. 

Jim Simonian, chief of the drug 
prosecuting division for the Lake 
County State's Attorney's Office, said 
he is pleased with the successful con- 
victions of three of the defendants 
thus far. 

"This was the largest (seizure) In- 
volving this drug in Lake County. We 
are happy with the prosecution, 
which has led to the so far successful 
prosecution of these defendants/ he 
said. 

Simonian said there have not 
been many other incidents involving 
GHB in the county but law enforce- 
ment will rigously pursue any indi- 
viduals who use or distribute the 
drug. 

"We believe the distribution of 
GHB can lead to other crimes and 
overdoses and that is why these cas- 
es must be taken seriously," he said. 

The arrests earlier this year were 
the result of a three-week undercov- 
er investigation conducted by the 
Cook and Lake County Metropolitan 
Enforcement Groups, in conjunction 
with the Antioch and the Gumee po- 
lice departments. 

The arrests occurred after Castel- 
lano allegedly met undercover agents 
at Gumee Mills Jan. 14 and sold them 
4.5 gallons of GHB for $1,500. The 
street value of the drug sold to the po- 
lice was estimated at $55,000. Rader 
accompanied Castellano to Gumee 
Mills to complete the sale. 

Following the arrests of Castel- 
lano and Rader, police executed a 
search warrant at Crawford's home in 
Antioch. They found three gallons of 
liquid GHB, with an estimated value 
of $30,000, along with other items, ac- 
cording to previous reports. 

On Jan. 15, police arrested 
Kenosha resident Brothers in the 
parking lot of the Dominos Pizza in 
Zion. He was found to be in posses- 
sion of a half gallon of GHB, along 
with 10,000 dosage units of anabolic 
steroids, reports said. 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 
Qumeo Park District 
Not Ico to Bidders 
Separate sealed bids are sought for all labor, materials, equipment and services nec- 
essary to Install playground equipment at Viking Park, Gurnee Park District, 4374 
Grand Ave., Gurnee, IL 60031 . 

Bids will be received by the Gurnee Park District at their office at 4374 Grand Ave., 
Gurnee, Illinois until 10:45 AM (Local time) August 10, 1999 and then at said office 
publicly opened and read aloud. Bid will be awarded at the regular meeting of the 
Board of Park Commissioners on August 17, 1999 at 7:00 p.m. 
The Gurnee Park District reserves the right to reject any and all bids and bidders and 
waive all technicalities. All proposals submitted will be valid for a period of sixty (60) 
days. The Gurnee Park District reserves the right to award all or any portion of those 
bids. 

All contractors will be required to comply with the Equal Employment Opportunity 
Clause of the IL Fair Employment Practices Commission and the Wages of 
Employees on Public Works Act of the Illinois Revised Statutes. 
The Information for Bidders, Form of Bid, Form of Contract, Plans, Specifications, and 
other Contract documents may be examined at the Gurnee Park District, 4374 Grand 
Ave., Gurnee, Illinois 60031. 

Each bid must be placed in a sealed envelope, addressed to the Director, Gurnee 
Park District, 4374 Grand Ave., Gurnee, Illinois 60031, and Identified "Viking 
Playground Equipment". 

A Bid bond payable to the Owner must accompany each bid for ten percent of the 
total amount of the Bid. 
Gurnee Park District 
Victoria Paddock, Board President 
July 23, 1999 

0799D-2B14-GP 
July 23, 1999 
July 30,1999 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
To: Gottfried Wlegle, Lawrence Welle, Beatrice Wlegle, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy 
or actual possession and unknown owners or parties interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 05-04-1 16-002 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 28670 W. Margie PI., Spring Grove; Northerly line of Margie 
Place, approximately 60 feet southerly of Lake Vista. 
Permanent Index No: 05-04-1 16-002 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 
1999 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed 
which will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption Is 
not made on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an 
order on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit 
Court of this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent toss of properly. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by apply- 
ing to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2752-FL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Dean L Johnson, Eileen Johnson 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy 
or actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 05-03-102-026 
Sold (or General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 1B0 Howard Ct., Fox Lake; A parcel of land on east side of 
Nlppersink Lake, approximately 100 feet north of Howard Avenue. 
Permanent Index No: 05-03-102-026 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and (hat the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 
1999 as extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed 
which will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is 
not made on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an 
order on the petition tor a tax deed, and this matter Is set tor hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. . 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss ot property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by apply- 
ing to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2749-FL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: John Zajlcek, Village ot Round Lake Beach, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons in occupancy 
or actual possession and unknown owners or parties interested in the hereinafter 
described real estate. 

• Tax Deed No.96 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-17-308-011 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 527 Pheasant Ct., Round Lake Beach; South line ot 
Pheasant Court, approximately 265.50 feet west of Goldenrod Terrace. 
Permanent Index No: 06-17-308-01 1 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold tor delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 
1999 as extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed 
w,hlch will transfer title and the right to possession of Ibis property If redemption is 
not made on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an 
order on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of this county in Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any lime on or before December 2, 1999 by apply- 
ing to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, 
Illinois. 

For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2765-RL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
1999 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM 

LAKESHORE AND LAKEVIEW DRIVE 

STORM DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS 

Separate sealed BIDS for the work consisting of providing all labor, materials, 

equipment and services necessary for Lakeview Drive Storm Drainage 

Improvements per plans and specifications prepared by Frauenhoffer Engineering 

Associates, P.C., will be received by Antloch Township, until 10:00 A.M, (Local Time), 

August 12, 1999 and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. 

The work shall consist of the installation of pipe, underdralns, storm sewer and 
appurtenant construction. 

This project Is being federally funded, In part, through the HUD program for 
Community Development Block Grants, therefore all federal labor standards provi- 
sions and equal employment opportunity provisions will be enforced. The success- 
ful contractor will be required to comply, to the greatest extent feasible, with all 
Section 3 regulations pertaining to opportunities for training and employment to 
lower Income residents of the project area and to the provision that contracts for 
work In connection with the project be awarded to business concerns located In, or 
owned In substantial part by persons residing in the area of the project. Neither the 
County of Lake, nor HUD, will be a party to this Invitation to Bid or any resulting con- 
tract. 

The Antloch Township reserves the right to reject any and all bids or bidders and 
waive all technicalities. All proposals submitted shall be valid for a period of sixty (60) 
days. 

All CONTRACTORS will be required to comply with the Equal Employment 
Opportunity Clause of the Illinois Fair Employment Practices Commission and the 
Wages of Employees on Public Works Act of the Illinois Revised Statutes. 

Complete sets the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the Antloch 
Township Offices for a cost of $30.00 per set, non-refundable. 

Each BID must accompanied by a Bank Draft, BID Bond or Cashier's Check 
payable to the OWNER for five percent of the total amount of BID. 

By Order of the Antloch 

Township Supervisor 

Antloch Township 

0799E-2B32-GEN 

July.30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Chicago Tide & Trust Co, as Trustee of Trust H 107293, Marriott 
Corporation, LaSalle National Bank, as Trustee of Trust Hi 1 7075, 
Chicago Title & Trust Co., Grand National Bank as Trustee of Trust 
#2813, Exchange National Bank of Chicago, Thomas Rosenqulst, Lake 
County Grading Co. Of Libertyville. Mid-Central Leasing Co., Royal 
Neighbors of America, Grand Premier Trust & Investment, Inc. as Trustee 
of Trust #3252, Grand National Bank, Hlbco Investments, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancy 
or actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested in the hereinafter 
described real estate, 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 07-16-403-057 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: O Lakeside Pkwy., Gurnee; A parcel of land located approxi- 
mately 300 feet north of Lakeside Drive and 400 feel west of Trlstate Parkway. 
Permanent Index No: 07-16-403-057 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent 
taxes and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 
1999 as extended. 

This notlco Is also lo advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed 
which will transfer title and the right to possession ot this property If redemption is 
not made on or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an 
order on the petition for a tax dead, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit 
Court of (tils county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have 
expired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss ol property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by apply- 
ing to the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukegan, 
Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2762-GP 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
NOTICE TO BIDDERS 

Sealed bids lor the Building Addition and Renovation will be received by the Owner 
at the Business Office of Miilburn School District 24, 18550 Millburn Road, 
Wadsworth, Illinois 60083 until 2:00 p.m. local lime, Wednesday, August 18, 1999, at 
which time they will be publicly opened and read. 

In general, the Pro|ect Work consists ol an addition to Millburn School, sitework 
and renovation of limited areas In the existing building. The work Includes concrete 
foundation, masonry bearing walls, steel joists, steel deck, aluminum windows, mod- 
ified bitumen roofing, gypsum drywall partitions, hollow metal frames, wood doors, 
carpet, vinyl tile, wood gymnasium floor, unit ventilators, rooftop units, technology 
cabling, exterior canopy, asphalt paving, concrete sidewalk, storm sewer, sanitary 
sewer, well and water supply Installation, and stormwater detention. 
The work will be bid as one General Work contract. 

Drawings and Project Manuals may be examined at the offices of the Architect and 
at the F.W, Dodge Plan Room, Opus West 2, 1st Floor, 141 1 Opus Place, Downers 
Grove, Illinois, 60515, and at the Construction Market Data Plan Room, Suite 267, 
2400 East Devon Avenue, Des Plaines, Illinois, 60018. 

A complete set of Drawings and Project Manuals Is available from 
GreenAssoclates Architects, Inc., 832 Custer Avenue, Evanston, IL 60202 for a 
refundable deposit of $50. Documents will be mailed upon receipt of a separate non- 
refundable $15.00 check to cover the cost of the postage and handling. 

Bidders must notify the Architect within 3 days of bid due date il not Intending to 
bid, and original sets must be returned within 10 days following the bid due date. II 
Plans and Project Manuals are not returned within ten days following the receipt of 
bids, or if required notice Is not given If bidder does not Intend to submit a bid, the 
Plan Deposit will be forfeited. • 

Bids shall be submitted in duplicate on loose forms provided In the Project Manual. 
Bids shall be submitted to Millburn School District 24, 16550 Millburn Road, 
Wadsworth, IL 60083, attention Dr. James Menzer, Superintendent, as stated in the 
Instructions to Bidders. 

A pre-bfd site Inspection Is scheduled tor 2:00 p.m., Monday, August 9, 1999 at 
Millburn School. The Owner reserves the right to disqualify the Bidder for (allure to 
attend the pre-bld site Inspection and conference. Any additional site visits must be 
coordinated by Dr. James Menzer, at (847) 356-8331. 

The Owner reserves the rlghly to reject any or all bids and to waive any Informa- 
tion In the bidding. Any bid submitted unsealed, or unsigned, or received subsequent 
to Ihe aforementioned date and hour will be disqualified and returned to the bidder. 
It is the Owner's Intent to Issue a Notice of Award to the successful Bidder within 
thirty (30) calendar days of the Bid Date. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period ot 
sixty (60) calendar days after the opening of bids. 

The AIA Contractor's Qualification Statement AIA Document 305 Is to be properly 
submitted as an attachment to the Bid Form. 
Direct all Inquires to: 
' Colin Marshall 
GreenAssoclates Architects, Inc. 
832 Custer Avenue 
Evanston, IL 60202 
Phone: 847-328-0852 
FAX: 847-328-0961 

Submitted by: 
/a/James Menzer 
James Menzer, Ed. D. 
Superintendent 

0799E-2824-GEN 
July 30, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

Notice ts hereby given that on 
August 19, 1999 at 11:00 a.m. a sale 
will be held at 133 Sayton, Fox Lake, 
IL 60020 to sell the following article to 
enforce a lien existing under the laws 
of the State of Illinois against such 
articles for labor, service, skill or 
material extended upon a storage fur- 
nished for such articles at the request 
of the following designated persons, 
unless such articles are redeemed 
within thirty days of the publication of 
this notice. 

Dan Brown, Overland Bond 
Company, 1991 Lincoln Continental 
VIN#: ILNCM974XMY604483, Amt. 
$1872.77 

Josh Guyton, 1988 Chevy Blazer 
VIN# : IGNCTI8R6J81 06797 Amt. 
$1762.98 

0799D.2816-FL 
July 23, 1999 

July 30, 1999 

August 6, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

REQUEST FOR BIDS 

Fox Lake Fire Department 

301 S. Rt. 59 

Fox Lake, Illinois 60020 

Sealed bids will be received In the 

office of the Village Clerk, 301 S. 

Route 59, Fox Lake, Illinois 60020 

until 10:00 A.M. on August 16", 1699 

for a new 2000 type 3 Ambulance. 

Specifications may be picked up at the 

Village Maintenance Garage, 216 

Washington Street. 

Bids will be opened on August 18*, 
1999 at 10:00 A.M. in the Council 
Chambers of the Fox Lake Village 
Hail. The right is reserved by the Fox 
Lake Fire Department to reject any or 
all bids. 

0799D-2817-FL 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

VILLAGE OF FOX LAKE 

Lake and McHenry Counties, 

Illinois 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON 

ANNEXATION AGREEMENT 

Notice Is hereby given that the 

Village President and Board of 

Trustees, as the Corporate Authorities 

of the Village of Fox Lake, Lake and 

McHenry Counties, Illinois, will hold a 

public hearing In the meeting room of 

the Village Hall of Fox Lake and 

McHenry Counties. Illinois. Will hold a 

Soulh Route 59. Fo* TL^?- 301 
60020 on Monday, AubuaTift' -.nil ' 5 

7:30 P.M., tO COnsldor a Vein™ for 

Annexation and a - proposed 
Annexation Agreement submitted by 
Mary Jean Cocklan and Midwest 
Aggregates, LLC, requesting annex- 
ation of the property hereinafter 
described, to the Village ol Fox Lake, 
Illinois, subject to the conditions set 
forth in the proposed Annexation 
Agreement. 

The real properly constituting the 
subject of the proposed annexation Is 
described as follows: 

PARCEL 1: LOT NUMBER 
TWO OF THE EAST FRAC- 
TIONAL HALF OF SECTION 5. 
TOWNSHIP 46 NORTH, RANGE 
9 EAST OF THE THIRD PRINCI- 
PAL MERIDIAN. IN MCHENRY 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 
PINff 05-05-400-001 

PARCEL 2: THAT PART OF 
THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE WEST 
1/2 OF THE WEST FRACTION- 
AL HALF OF SECTION 4 
TOWNSHIP 46 NORTH RANGE 
9, EAST OF THE THIRD PRIN- 
CIPAL MERIDIAN, BOUNDED 
BY A LINE DESCRIBED AS 
FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT 
THE NORTHWEST CORNER 
OF SAID SECTION; THENCE 
EAST 2.90 CHAINS TO THE 
WEST LINE OF THE PUBUC 
HIGHWAY; THENCE SOUTH 
16-1/2 DEGREES WEST 
ALONG THE WEST LINE OF 
SAID HIGHWAY 9.74 CHAINS; 
THENCE WEST 48 UNKS TO 
THE COUNTY LINE & THENCE 
NORTH ON COUNTY UNE9.53 
CHAINS TO THE POINT OF 
BEGINNING IN LAKE COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS. 

PINJf 01-04-300-001 
A copy of the proposed 
Annexation Agreement Is on file In the 
office of the Village Clerk at the Fox 
Lake Village Hall and may be exam- 
ined during office hours. 

All Interested persons are Invited to 

attend said hearing and they will be 

given the opportunity to be heard. 

VILLAGE OF FOX LAKE, Illinois 

/s/ Klmbe riy R. Malewskl 

Oeputy Village 

Clerk 

0799E-2830-FL 

July 30, 1999 



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PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Mary C, Dlorlo, Lorraine Spray, J. Scott Spray, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Dead No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold; 12/09/1996 . 
Permanent Index No: 06-20-404-057, 06-20-404 958 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: Bernlce Court North (057) & Be mica Court South (058), 
Round Lake; West lino of Bernlce Court, approximately 135 feet south of the most 
northerly line of North Bernlce. 
. Permanent Index No: 06-20-404-057, 06-20-404-058 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax* 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been fifed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustoe, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county in Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1 999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2777-RL 
Jury 16, 1999 
Jury 23, 1999 
Jury 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: Helen Powers, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested in the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-20-413015 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at Park Rd, Round Lake; West line of Park Road, approximately 
250 feet south of Hillside Road. 

Permanent Index No: 06-20-413-015 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property tf redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1 999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

• 0799C-2779-RL 
Jury 16, 1999 
July 23. 1999 
July 30, 1999 



pursue NOTICE 
To: Richard Jorkovich, Judy Jorkovlch, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested in the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 1 2/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-21-105-001 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at 22771 W. Lake Park Av„ Round Lake Beach; Southwest comer 
of the Intersection of Oak Street and Lake Park Avenue . 
Permanent Index No: 06*21-105-001 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sate will expire on December 2, 1 999 as 
extended. 

This notice is aJso to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Es set for hearing in the Circuit Court of 
this county in Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2782-RL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
Jury 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Mary C, Tedde, Lorraine Spray, J. Scott Spray, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-21-108-001 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 22959 W. Shorewood Dr., Round Lake Beach; South line of 
Shorewood Drive lying easterly and adjacent to West End Avenue. 
Permanent Index No: 06-21 -108-001 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed tor a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property tf redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1 999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

' You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk, 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

.' 0799C-2783RL 
July 23, 1999 
Jury 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 

To: ' John Zajfcok, Gerald LClcbosz,. 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, tf any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County, of Lake, Data Promises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-21 -101-022 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 22792 W. Lake Park Av., Round Lake Beach; North line of Lake 
Park Avenue, approximately 30 feet west of Its Intersection with Oak Street 
Permanent Index No; 06-21-101-022 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Es also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer till o and the right to possession of this property If redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1 999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by appVlngto 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2780-RL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: MaiyC.raorio, Lorraine Spray, J. Scott Spray, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, tf any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1998 
Permanent Index No:06-20-404-059, 06-20-404-060 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: Bernlce Court South, Round Lake; West line of Bernlce Court, 
approximately 21 5 feet south of the most northerly line of North Bernlce. 
Permanent Index No; 06-20-404-059, 06-20-404-060 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property H redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1 999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem win already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-277B-RL 
JuV16,1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



pueucNOTTce : 
To: ' Mary C. Dlorto, Lorraine Spray, J. Scott Spray, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-21-101*049 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 22976 W. Shorewood Dr., Round Lake Beach; North line of 
Shorewood Drive lying west and adjacent to West Drive. 
Permanent Index No: 06-21-101-049 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
wilt transfer title and the right to possession of this property H redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1 999. , 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Cleric 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2781-RL 
Jury 16, 1999 
Jury 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Northern Trust Bank as Trustee of Trust #1 95, Richard J. JurczykowsJd, 
Sharon JurczykowskI, Eugenia Jurczykowskl, Glen Investments, their spouses, heirs, 
devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancy or actual possession and 
unknown owners or parties interested in the hereinafter described real estate. 
Tax Deed No. 96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-28-11 1-01 1 
Sold tor General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior, 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at 307 Greenwood Dr., Round Lake Park; East line of Greenwood 
Drive, approximately 1 22.5 feet north of Elder Drive. 
Permanent Index No: 06-28-1 1 1 -01 1 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999, 

The County of Lake, as Trustee. Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county in Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1 999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-27S4-RL 
July 23, 1999 
Jury 30, 1999 



FROM PAGE CI 




: Volo 



Bog protected 
area will grow 

sponsor, said. 

The four-year program will cre- 
ate $160 million total, $40 million 
over the next four years. It will begin 
with the 2000 budget 

Ryan thanked the bi-partisan 
support the legislation received in the 
State House of Representatives and 
the Senate. 

Currently, Illinois was able to al- 
locate only $3 million for acquisition 
of natural areas, 48th among the 50 
states. 

People support the acquisition of 
open space. 

"There was referendums for 
schools, jails, and open space, but the 
only one which passed were the ones 
for open space, " Ryan said. 

"Illinois faces a dilemma. We 
have had a 4 percent increase in pop- 
ulation, but there is 51 percent less 
land available for public acquisition. 
Money that used to be available 
through real estate taxes has been 
bonded out," Ryan said. . 

He said the places like Volo Bog, 
with the state's only "quaking bog", 
with marshes, restored prairies, 
woodlands and two additional bogs 
on 900-acres was "threatened by de- 
velopment . We absolutely have to„ 
protect the open space. Many local 
governments have identified open 
space parcels, but funding has been 
scarce," Ryan said. "This bill will 
change all that" 

The Volo Bog is a great resource 
from bird watchers to educational 
field trips. 

lim Rogers, who justhappened to 
be at Volo Bog Wednesday morning, 
agreed. 

"It is a great facility. Preserving 
open space is important, especially in 
western Lake County. It is great for 
education and the quality of life," 
Rogers said. 

Lake County Forest Preserve 
President Carol Calebreasa (R-Liber- 
tyvUle) said the trust is a "fantastic 
partnership" with the Lake County 
Forest Preserve's $65 million ap- 
proved referendum. 

Under Ryan's program, land 
would be acquired by the state and fr 
local governments would be from" 
willing sellers only. 

State Rep. Mark Beaubien (R- 
Wauconda) and State Sen. Bill Peter- 
son (R-Long Grove) were also on 
hand and thanked for their efforts to 
pass the legislation. 



Registration 
heldatEla 
and Vernon 
area libraries 

Two days of on-site registration 
will be conducted at Ela and Vemon 
area libraries for College of Lake 
County's fall classes. Registration will ' 
be accepted from 4 to 7 p.m. on Aug. 
3 and 12 at Ela area library, 135 
Buesching Rd., Lake Zurich; and 
Aug. 4 and 9 at Vemon area library, 
300 Olde Half Day Rd., Lincolnshire. * 
Students can register for both credit 
and non-credit classes. The fall se- 
mester will begin Aug. 23. For infor- 
mation, call 543-2285. 



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POLL: Leaf 
burning ban 
opposed 

dally my neighbors that have the huge 
lots," the resident said. "They would 
need hundreds of bags. The oak leaves 
don't disintegrate." 

One Wauconda residentvowed to 
continue to burn even if a ban were 
enacted: "The bottom line here Is that 
if this lawgoes into effect I will contin- 
ue to bum my leaves. I guarantee you 
that a citation or a fine from the village 
would be cheaper than paying to re- 
move the amount of leaves and dead 
branches that I have." 

Not all respondents were opposed 
to a ban, however. 

A man who lives in the Country- 
side Manor subdivision north of Lib- 
ertyville supports a leaf burning ban. 
He said the smell of smoke from leaf 
burning can sometimes be over- 
whelming. 

"We have 250 homes here. There's 
nothing worse than going outside to 
relax in our nice yards and have to 
smell smoke. At least with cigarettes 
you can walk away." 

Other supporters of a ban cited 
health reasons. A Wildwood woman 
said her family suffers from respirato- 
ry problems and says they cannot go 
outdoors because of smoke from leaf 
burning. 

"We all suffer from upper respira- 
tory allergies, and the minute we step 
outside with the constant leaf burning 
in the fall, we can't breathe. We have 
even had neighbors burning in the 
spring and summer. So we arc con- 
fined to our house as prisoners," said 
the letter, signed "A Family Looking 
for Clean Air." 

A few of the letters called for a 
compromise which would allow burn- 
ing during certain times of the year. 

One woman from unincorporat- 
ed Newport Township said she could 
live with some restrictions on the 
times when people are allowed to 
bum, as long as there wasn't an out- 
right ban. 

"I compost and recycle but, 
please, I need a few days to bum. I be- 
lieve there can be a restricted ban 
worked out, not a total ban." 

And so the leaf burning debate 
continues to rage on. 

The Lake County Board is expect- 
ed to make a decision in September 
on whether to ban or restrict burning 
in the county. 

A public informational meeting of 
the County Board's Health and Hu- 
man Services Committee was held 
July 28 on the proposed ban at the 
Grass Lake School gym in Antioch. 

The final public meeting is sched- 
uled from 7 to 9 p.m. Aug. 4 at Grant 
Community High School in Fox Lake. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: Mentor Quest 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 24630 W. 
Clinton Ave., Round Lake, IL 60073 
(847) 740-2622. 

NAME (S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
.. PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Tim Vielra, 24630 W. Clinton Ave., 
Round Lake, IL 60073 (647) 740-4762. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
* ^Intendts) to conduct the above named 
business from the localion(s) Indicated 
and that the true or real full name(s) of 
the person(s) owning, conducting or 
transacting the business is/are correct 
as shown. 
/s/TIm vleira, July 20, 1 999 

The foregoing instrument was ac- 
knowledged before me by the per- 
son^) Intending to conduct the busl- 
*■> ness this 201h day of July, 1 999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/a/Barbara J. Erakln, Notary Public 

Received: July 26, 1 999 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0799E-2821-RL 

July 30, 1999 

August 8, 1 999 

August 13, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

ROUND LAKE AREA PARK DISTRICT 

REGULAR MEETINGS ORDINANCE FOR 1999-2000 

WHEREAS, THE ROUND LAKE AREA PARK DISTRICT, Round Lake, Illinois, (the 
"Park") has by this Ordinance established the time and meeting place for tho regular meet- 
ings of the Park District for the Year 1999-2000: 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by tho Board of Commissioners of tho 
ROUND LAKE AREA PARK DISTRICT, Lake County, Illinois as follows: 

1). Board Meetings to be held at 814 Hart Road, Round Lake, Illinois starting at 7:30 
pm. on the second and fourth Thursday of each month from July, 1999 through Septem- 
ber, 1999; on the second Thursday of each month from October, 1999 through Decem- 
ber, 1999; the third and fourth Thursday of January, 2000 and the second and fourth 
Thursday of oach month from February, 2000 through June, 2000. 

2). That all regular meetings shall bo hold at the Park District Office, located at 814 
Hart Road, Round Lake, Illinois 60073. 

3), That the Secretary Is directed to prepare a notice of regular meetings and have 
said notice posted In a conspicuous place and remain on view for public Inspection at all 
times, 

Passed this 10th day of June, 1 999. 
Roll Call; 

Ayes; Commissioners Gentes Shook, Daudolln and Goshgarfan 
Nays: None 

Absent: Commissioner Gentry 
/s/Jeanne Goshgarian, Joanne Goshgarlan, President 
/s/Carl Hauser, Carl Hauser, Secretary 

ROUND LAKE AREA PARK DISTRICT 
NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETINGS 
FOR 1999-2000 
BOARD MEETINGS TO BE HELD AT 814 HART ROAD, ROUND LAKE, ILLINOIS 
STARTING AT 7:30 PM ON THE SECOND AND FOURTH THURSDAY OF EACH 
MONTH FROM JULY, 1999 THROUGH SEPTEMBER, 1999; ON THE SECOND 
THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH FROM OCTOBER, 1999 THROUGH DECEMBER, 
1 999; THE THIRD AND FOURTH THURSDAY OF JANUARY, 2000 AND THE SECOND 
AND FOURTH THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH FROM FEBRUARY, 2000 THROUGH 
JUNE, 2000. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE DATES OF THE MEETINGS: 



Jury 08,1 999 
July 22. 1999 
August 12, 1999 
August 26, 1999 
September 09, 1999 
September 23, 1999 
October 14, 1999 
November 11, 1999 
December 09, 1999 



/s/Carl Hauser 

Cart Hauser, Secretary 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONER 

ROUND LAKE AREA PARK DISTRICT 



January 20, 2000 
January 27, 2000 
February 10, 2000 
February 24, 2000 
March 09, 2000 
March 23, 2000 
April 13, 2000 
April 27, 2000 
May 11, 2000 
May 25, 2000 
June 08, 2000 
June 22. 2000 



0799E-2835-RL 
July 30, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ORDINANCE NO. 99-6-3 
WHEREAS, the State of Illinois has enacted "An Act regulating wages of 
laborers, mechanics and other workmen employed In any public works by the State, 
County, City or any public body of any political subdivision or by any one under con- 
tract for public work", approved June 26. 1 941 , as amended, being Section 1 30.01 thru 
130.12, Chapter 820, Illinois Revised Statutes, 1992, and 

WHEREAS, the aforesaid Act required that the Round Lake Area Park Dis- 
trict of County of Lake investigate and ascertain the prevailing rale of Wages as de- 
fined in said Act for laborers, mechanics, and other workmen in the locality of the Coun- 
ty of Lake employed in performing construction of public works, for said Round Lake 
ArBti Psrk District 

NOW THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF COM- 
MISSIONERS OF THE ROUND LAKE AREA PARK DISTRICT: 

SECTION 1: To the extent and as required by 'An Act regulating wages 
o( laborers, mechanics and other workmen employed In any public works by the State. 
County or any public body or any political subdivision or by any one undor contract for 
public works:, approved Juno 26, 1941 , as amended, the general prevailing rate of 
wages In this locality for laborers, mechanics and other workmen engaged In the con- 
struction of public works coming under tho jurisdiction of Park District is hereby as- 
certained to be the same as the prevailing rate of wages for construction work in Lake 
County area as determined by the Department of Labor of the State of Illinois as of 
June, 1 998, a copy of that determination being attached hereto and incorporated here- 
in by reference. The definition of any terms appearing in this Ordinance which are also 
used in aforesaid Act shall be the same as in said Act. 

SECTION 2: Nothing herein contained shall be construed to apply said 
general prevailing rate of wages as herein ascertained to any work or employment ex- 
cept public works construction of this Park District to the extent required by the afore- 
said Act. 

SECTION 3: The Round Lake Area Park District Secretary shall publicly 
post or keep available for inspection by any interested party In the main office of this 
Park District this determination of such prevailing rate of wage. 

SECTION 4: The Round Lake Area Park District Secretary shall mall a 
copy of this determination to any employer, and to any association of employers and 
to any person or association of employees who have filed, or file their names and ad- 
dresses requesting copies of any determination stating the particular rates and the par- 
ticular class of workmen whose wages will be affected by such rates. 

SECTION 5: The Round Lake Area Park District Secretary shall prompt- 
ly file a certified copy of this ordinance with both the Secretary of the State and tho De- 
partment of Labor of the Slate of Illinois. 

SECTION 6: The Round Lake Area Park District Secretary shall cause to 
be published in a newspaper of general circulation within the area a copy of this Ordi- 
nance, and such publication shall constitute notices that the determination Is effective 
and that this Is the determination of this public body, 
PASSED THIS 10th DAY OF June, 1999 
ROLL CALL: 

Ayes: Commissioners Gentes, Shook, Daudelln and Goshgarian 
Nays: None 
Absent: Commissioner Gentry 

APPROVED: 
/s/Jeanne Goshgarian 
President of the Board 
of Commissioners 
(seal) 
ATTEST: 
Carl Hauser 
Secretary of the Board 
of Commissioners 
STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 

) SS 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

SECRETARY'S CERTIFICATE 
I, Carl Hauser, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that I am Secretary of the Board of 
Park Commissioners of the Round Lake Area Park District, Lake County, Illinois, and 
as such official, I am keeper of the records, ordinances, files and seal of said Park Dis- 
trict, and 

I HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Instrument is a true and correct 
copy of AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING PREVAILING WAGE RATES TO BE PAID TO 
LABORERS, MECHANICS AND OTHER WORKERS PERFORMING CONSTRUC- 
TION OF PUBLIC WORKS FOR THE PARK DISTRICT adopted at a duly called Reg- 
ular Meeting of the Board of Park Commissioners of the Round Lake Area Park Dis- 
trict, Held at Round Lake, Illinois, In said District at 7:30 p.m. on the 10th day of June 
1999. 

I DO FURTHER CERTIFY that the deliberations of the Board on the adop- 
tion of said Ordinance were conducted openly, that the vote on the adoption of said 
Ordinance was take openly, that said meeting was called and held at a specified time 
and place convenient to the public; that notice of said meeting was duly given to all of 
the news media requesting such notice, that said meeting was called and held In strict 
compliance wlih the provisions of the Open Meetings Act of the Stale of Illinois, as 
amended, and with the provisions of the Park DistrlcfcCode of the State of Illinois, as 
amended, and that the Board has complied with all orthe provisions of said Act and 
said Code and within all of the procedural rules of the Board. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto affix my official signature and the seal 
of said Park District at Round Lake, Illinois, this 10th day of June, 1999. 

/s/Carl Hauser 

Carl Hauser, Secretary 

Board of Park Commissioners 

Round Lake Area Park District 

0799E-2836-RL 

July 30,1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 

Notice Is hereby glvon that SAFEWAY SELF STORAGE, 1 100 W. Rollins Road, 
Round Lake Holghls, IL, 60073, will sell tho personal goods from the following units 
to satisfy the lion of SAFEWAY SELF STORAGE (Seller) for rental and other 
chargos due. 

UNIT# 0221010 OCCUPANT - Tina Dudley 

CONTENTS - Dresser, stuffed chair, couch, old refrigerator, mattress, suitcases and 
many boxes. 

UNIT* 1255X10 OCCUPANT - James Kalseborg 

CONTENTS - Watorbed, kitchen table, end table, light fixture, microwave oven, klda 
toys, and many boxes. 

Those Items and all Items stored In the above units will bo sold to the highest bid- 
der for cash. Removal of all Items from the promises must bo within three days from 
date of salo and a security bond posted to cover same. 

Sale will be held on August 14th, 1999, on tho promises of SAFEWAY SELF STOR- 
AGE, 1100 W. Rollins Road, Round Lake Heights, IL 60073, (Fairfield and Rollins 
Roods) at approximately 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. SAFEWAY SELF STORAGE re- 
serves the right to withdraw any or all of the above mentioned Items prior to salo. 
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS 

0799E-2833-RL 

July 30, 1999 

August 6, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
To: Rubemary Enterprises, Inc., 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any, persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested in the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lako, Dale Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 07-26-300-007 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 14830 W. Eastwood Av., Gumee, North line of BeMdere Road, 
approximately 485.25 feet easterly of Northern Illinois Tollway. 
Permanent Index No: 07-26-300-007 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the safe will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on (he petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/20/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2764-GP 
Jury 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 
ROUND LAKE AREA PUBUC UBRARY DISTRICT 
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
July 1, 1998 Through June 30, 1999 
ALL FUNDS 
CASH AND INVESTMENTS - July 1, 1998: SI, 477,94 1.82. 
CASH RECEIPTS: Taxes Levied (by fund) $1 ,1 04,296.10 General $837,753.06; 
Bond and Interest $132,809.17; Building Maintenance $53,414.45; F1CA $29,284.92; 
IMRF $38,728.40; Liability Insurance $10,918.27; Audit $1,387.83, Replacement Tax 
(by fund) $7,042.99 (General $6,746.44; Social Security $296.55). Interest $74,000.37. 
Interest - Taxes $1,705.00, Flnoa SS.074.03, Photocopy $5,742,55, Lost and Dam- 
aged $2,538.20, Per Capita Grant $34,658.18, Other Grants $4,377.00, Rental 
$24,675.00. Other Income $4,284.93. Impact Fees $6,493.54. TOTAL REVENUES: 
$1,277,887.89 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS: $1,208,521.19. 

CASH AND INVESTMENTS - June 30. 1999: $1,547,308.52, Cash Disbursements: 
Corporate fS789.390.221 

3M SWG0941 CM (Operating Expense) $3,008.10, ADP (Operating Expenses) 
$2,184.79, Advanced Business Tech (Operating Expenses/Capital Expenditure) 
$5,587.00, Ameritech (Operating Expenses) $4,897.67, Baker and Taylor (Printed Ma- 
terials) $63,274.96. Books On Tape Inc. (Non Print Materials) $2,498.95, Brodart Com- 
pany (Operating Expenses) $1,133.23. CDW Government Inc. Centers (Capital Ex- 
penditure) $1 .454.27, CDW Government Inc. (Capital Expenditure) SI .564.59, Chelsea 
House Publishers (Printed Materials) $1,328.00, Chivers North America (Operating 
Expenses) $1,398.08, Classic Printery (Operating Expenses) $4,101.50, Common- 
wealth Edison (Operating Expenses) $42,635.51, Computer View Inc. (Operating Ex- 
penses/Capital Expenditures) $48,299.29, Cooperative Computer Service (Operating 
Expenses) $39,179.72, Daisey Book Company (Printed Materials) $4,833.64, Demco 
(Printed Materials) $2,227.96, Ebsco Subscription Services (Printed Materials) 
$15,431.88, Gordon Flesch Company (Operating Expenses) $1,863.52, William E. 
Grlgg (Operating Expenses) $5,070.00, Groller Educational Corporation (Printed Ma- 
terials) $1.640.BB, Groller Publishing Company (Printed Materials) $3,316.74, Illinois 
Library Association (Operating Expenses) $1,582.63, Info USA Marketing Inc. (Non 
Print Materials) $1,741.00, Ingram (Printed Materials) $3,831.13, Lakeland Publishers 
Inc. (Printing Materials) $1,020.65, LSS&S Group Inc. (Operating Expenses) 
$2,385.50, Monica Marr (Operating Expenses) $2,328.75, Midwest Library Systems 
Inc. (Capital Expenditures) S9.034.60, Newsbank (Non Print Materials) $2,192.00, 
NICOR (Operating Expenses) $8,445.43, Northwest Municipal Conference (Operat- 
ing Expenses) SI ,31 1 .71 , North Suburban Library System (Operating Expenses/Fringe 
Benefits) $36,931.75, Payroll • Gross Wages (Salaries and Wages) $393,645.61 
(Argteaga Velvet $5,025.00, Brandy Janet $31 ,157.00, Bums Georglana $10,814.72, 
Deane Paul $32,918.51 , Devine Leslie $1 ,053.06, Gomez Maria $4,225.66, Hefty KImi 
$2,276.17, Johnson Ruth $34,762.16. Jones Unda $1,253.74, Luebanos Amparo 
$6,290.09, Nickels-Wisdom Michael $16,313.96, Nickels-Wisdom Beth $39,026.00, 
Pfannkuche Barbara $58, 585.04, Phllyaw Diane $16,785.14, Randle Mary Ann 
$16,030.31, Reed Madeline $36,450.08, Stefanlc Shelley $3,079.98, Stovens Cheryl 
$13,616.12, Stoppenbach Unda $31,703.00, Studer John $5,319.40, Tracy Albert 
S2.068.59, Walsh Joy $4,496.58. Watson Nichole $1,402.90, Wirtz Gail $18,992.40), 
Quality Books Inc. (Printed Materials) $3,989.64, Recorded Books Inc. (Non Print Ma- 
terials) $4,821.50, Round Lako Postmaster (Operaling Expenses) $2,385.85, SIRS 
(Printed Materials $1,650.00, Unique Books Inc. (Printed Materials) $2,219.40, US Of- 
fice Products (Operating Expenses) $1,704.08, US Postal Service (Operating Ex- 
penses) $2,426.92, Waste Management North (Operating Expenses) $2,327.78, Zim- 
merman Smith Kostelny (Operating Expenses) $3,300.00, All Other Vendors Less 
Than $1,000.00 $32,578.07. 
IMRF (540,948,42 

IMRF $40,948.42 
Insurance fS1 1.739.441 

Country Companies $7,907.00, Joint Self Insurance Fund $2,500.00, All Olher 

Vendors $1,332.44 
FICA fS30.902.SO) 

Internal Revenue Service $30,902.50 
Audit /S2.400.Q01 

Milburn Cain and Company $2,400.00 
Building and Maintenanc e ($42.309.951 

Allhoff Industries $9,1 58.41 , Lakeland Larsen Elevator $2,31 1 .08, Mueller Building 

Service Inc. $1 6,830.00, Rodrlquez John $1 0,308.45. Security Unk From 

Ameritech $1,055.82, All Olher Vendors Less Than $1,000,00 $2 646 19 
Bond and Interest fS244.aQfi.7nl 

LaSalle National Bank $244,396.70 
Special Trustee ($3.602.651 

All Other Vendors Less Than $1 ,000.00 $3,602.65 
Special Reservo Fund ($42831 .fli) 

Frye Gillian Mollnaro $40,176.49, Testing Service $1,000.00 

All Olher Vendors Less Than $1 ,000.00 $1 ,654.82 

/s/Cralg A. Bruska 

, , j „ „ „ Craig A Bruska, Treasurer 

I, Unda Kaulfman, Secretary of the Round Lake Area Public Ubrary District Board of 

Trustees, Lake County, Illinois, do hereby certify that the above Is a true copy of the 

Annual Treasurer's Report for the fiscal year ending 6/30/99 

(Seal) 

/s/Unda Kauffman 

Unda Kauffman, Secretary 

0799E-2827-RL 

July 30,1999 



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PUBUC NOTICE 
To: John Zajlcek, Village of Round Lake Beach 
tholr spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 1 2/09/1 996 
Permanent Index No: 08*1 8-223-043 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 1014 Long Lake Dr., Round Lako Beach; North line of Long 
Lake Drive, approximate V 125 feet west of Bonnie Brook Lane. 
Permanent Index No: 06-19-226-043 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will explro on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter b set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county in Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2773-RL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July X. 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: Dean L Johnson, Eileen Johnson, Gold Seal Group, Ire, Edward V.- 
Thomas, Diane Thomas, Mary Lou HekJenreich, Village of Round Lake Beach 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons in occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Promises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-20-1 06-002 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 1 105 Shady Lane Ct., Round Lake Beach; Easterly line of 
Shady Lake Court, approximately 426.25 feet northerly of Beachvlew Drive. 
Permanent Index No: 06-20-108-002 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer this and the right to possession of this property if redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition tor a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1 999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2774-RL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30. 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 1 

To: John Zajicek, Village of Round Lako Beach 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed N0.96TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-19-226-013 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 1003 Mayfield Dr., Round Lake Beach, Southerly line of May- 
lieid Drive, tying southerly of its terminus with Hiltwood Circle. 
Permanent Index No: 06-19-226-013 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county in Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Cleric of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2771-RL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: John Zajlcek, Village of Round Lake Beach 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, H any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. ■ 

Tax Deed No.96 TX 1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 1 2/09/1 996 
Permanent Index No; 06-19-226-012 
Sold for General Taxes of 1 995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 

Property located at: 1005 Mayfield Dr., Round Lake Beach; Southerly line of May- 
field Drive, approximately 48.9 feet west of the west tine of Hlllwood Circle. 

Permanent Index No: 06-1 9-22601 2 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1999 as 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property if redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a lax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent toss ol property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Cleric. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2770-RL 
July 16, .1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



PUBUC NOTICE 

To: Dean L Johnson, Eileen Johnson, Gold Sea! Group, Inc. 
their spouses, noire, devisees, successors or assigns, H any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-1 9-22601 1 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 1009 Mayfield Dr„ Round Lake Beach; Southerly Dne of May- 
field Drive, approximatJey 97.8 foot westerly wtth to Intersection with Hlllwood Circle. 
Permanent Index No: 061 9-22601 1 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has boon sold lor delinquent tax- 
es and thai the period of redemption from the sale will expire on December 2, 1 999 as 
extended. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of- 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2769-RL 
July 16, 1999 
July 23, 1999 
Jury 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: Dean L Johnson, Eileen Johnson, Gold Seal Group, Inc. 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12r09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-19-226-015 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 925 Mayfield Ct, Round Lake Beach; South One of Mayfield Dri- 
ve with northwest comer lying at Its terminus wtth Hlllwood Circle. 
Permanent Index No: 06-19-226-015 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sale wOl expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of thi3 property If redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1 999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December^ 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House in Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further information contact the County Cleric 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2772-RL 
July 16. 1999 
July 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: Anna Braun, John Zajlcek, Village of Round Lako Boach, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, if any; persons In occupancycr 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties Interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 12/09/1996 
Permanent Index No: 06-20-1 1 1-034 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: 1006 Idlewild Dr., Round Lake Beach; Westerly line of Idlewild 
Drive, approximately 106 feet southerly of Beachvlew Drive. 
Permanent Index No: 06-20-1 1 1-034 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the perkxl of redemption from Uie sale will expire on December 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser Intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter Is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You maybe present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 

You are urged to redeem immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois, 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799O2775-RL 
July 16, 1999 
Jury 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 

PUBUC NOTICE 

To: Mary C. Dlorio, Lorraine Spray, J. Scott Spray, 
their spouses, heirs, devisees, successors or assigns, If any; persons In occupancy or 
actual possession and unknown owners or parties interested In the hereinafter de- 
scribed real estate. ; 

Tax Deed No.96 TX1 

TAKE NOTICE 
County of Lake, Date Premises Sold: 1 2/09/1 996 
Permanent Index No: 0620-404-056 
Sold for General Taxes of 1995 and/or prior. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD FOR DEUNQUENT TAXES 
Property located at: Bemice Court North, Round Lake; West line of Bemice Court, 
approximately 95 feet south of the most northerly tine of North Bemice. 
Permanent Index No: 0620-404-056 

This notice Is to advise you that the above property has been sold for delinquent tax- 
es and that the period of redemption from the sate will expire on December 2, 1999 as 
extended. 

This notice Is also to advise you that a petition has been filed for a tax deed which 
will transfer title and the right to possession of this property If redemption Is not made on 
or before December 2, 1999. 

The County of Lake, as Trustee, Purchaser intends to make application for an order 
on the petition for a tax deed, and this matter is set for hearing in the Circuit Court of 
this county In Waukegan, Illinois on 01/13/2000. 

You may be present at this hearing but your right to redeem will already have ex- 
pired at that time. 
You are urged to redeem Immediately to prevent loss of property. 
Redemption can be made at any time on or before December 2, 1 999 by applying to 
the County Clerk of Lake County at the County Court House In Waukegan, Illinois. 
For further Information contact the County Clerk. 

County of Lake, as Trustee 
Purchaser 

0799C-2776RL 
July 16, 1999 
Jury 23, 1999 
July 30, 1999 



CLC DIGEST 



CLC Course explores 
the Middle East 

A multimedia course on "Mid- 
Eastern Civilizations " (HUM 128) will 
go beyond the media headlines and 
examine the religious and philosoph- 
ical values held in the Middle East 

Two sections of the three-cred- 
it hour course will be offered: A day 
section, HUM 128-001, will meet 
from 10 to 10:50 a.m. on Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays beginning 
Aug. 23, and an evening section, 
HUM 128-002, will meet from 7 to 
9:45 p.m. on Wednesdays beginning 
Aug. 25 at the Grayslake Campus. ; 

The class will be taught by phi- 
losophy instructor Stephen Infanti- 
no who spent a sabbatical in the 
Middle East and developed the 
course curriculum. The course con- 
tent will include on-site interviews 
with educators, religious leaders and 
the people of the region. Students 
will learn about the religious con- 
cepts and values held In the Middle 
East and how those values are ex- 
pressed in art, craftsmanship, archi- 
tecture, music, film and literature. 
Students will also learn about the 
current political, economic and gen- 
der issues in the Middle East The 
course will fulfill the humanities gen- 
eral education requirement and will 
transfer under the Illinois Articula- 
tion Initiative agreement 

The course is supported by a 
grant from the United States Infor- 
mation Agency and the American 
Center for Oriental Research. The tu- 
ition and fees for the course is $159. 
To register by phone, call 223-1111. 
For course Information, call Infanti- 
ne at 543-2560. 

Dance scholarship 
available 

The financial aid office at the 
College of Lake County is accepting 
applications for the Heritage Dance 
Scholarship. The $500 scholarship is 
open to students who are pursuing 
an associate of arts degree in theatre. 

Funds can be used for tuition, 
fees and books in the fall 1999 se- 
mester. Applicants must be enrolled 
in at least six credit ho urs with a min- 
imum 2.0 grade point average. Inter- 
ested students must submit a CLC 
scholarship application and an essay 
describing their educational goals. 

Applications are available in the 
financial aid office, Bl 14. For infor- 
mation, call 223-2062. 

Medical Office specialist 
certificate offered 

Beginning this fail, the College 
of Lake County will offer a medical 
office specialist certificate, a new op- 
tion in the college's health informa- 
tion technology program. The 21 
credit hour certificate is designed to 
provide students with the knowledge 
and skills needed to work in the front 
office of a physician's practice or a 
clinic 

Medical office specialists per- 
form such duties as scheduling ap- 
pointments, arranging hospital tests 
and surgery, protecting the confi- 
dentiality of patient records, tran- 
scribing letters and medical reports 
and maintaining accurate records. 

Students must complete nine 
courses to receive the certificate. 
These are Medical Terminology (HIT 
111), Medical Transcription (HIT 
112), Ethical/Legal Aspects of Med- 
ical Records (HIT 113), Pharmacolo- 
gy (HIT 1 19, and Administrative Of- 
fice Procedures (BSS 214), Automat- 
ed Office systems (BSS 112) and Typ- 
ing Speed and Accuracy Building 
(BSS 175). Most of these classes will 
be offered in the fall semester, which 
begins the week of Aug. 23. 

The demand for medical secre- 
taries is expected to rise faster than 
; average, according to the Bureau of 
Labor Statistics' Occupational Out- 
look Handbook. 

For more information on the 
program, call Margaret Kryiakos, an 
instructor of health information 
technology, at 543-2879. 






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Davtimc Hours. No 
selling. At least 18 
years old, ralid dri- 
ver's license, proof of 
insurance, reliable 
transportation. 
Call 1-800-952-4738, 

Ext. 2016. 
Please include 

area code. 
KOE 



BANKRUPTCY $78+ . 
STOPS garnishments. Guar- 
anteed valid since 1991. Di- 
vorce S99+ Low caost Debt 
Reduction and Foreclosure. 
Avoidance services available 
without bankruptcy. Fresh- 
Start 888-395-8030 

LESS THAN PERFECT 
credit? Need debt consolida- 
tion? Call Chase Manhattan 
to get the financial relief you 
need through our Innovative 
residential mortgage/re* 

finance programs. Call nowl 
1-800-554-3273. @1999. 
The Chase Manhattan Corp. 
all rights reserved. Equal 
Housing Lender, 



SECRETARIAL 
HELP NEEDED 

Join our full time nt«ff nt the Luw Offices of Wysockl 

& Gooch in our Wnucondn office. We lire in need of o 

purt time secretory who will work approximately 3 days 

or 21 hours per week. Flex limo schedulo available. You 

do not need prior legal secretary experience. We will 

train. However, you must have goad office skills 

including word processing and typing experience. 

Please call Debbie ut 8.17-526-0110 

for an interview appointment. 

77ie position will be available August 9th, 



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GENERAL 
OFFICE 

Opportunity for ■ 

someone \yi th an upbeat 

personality, phone and 

general office experience 

to perform a 

variety of duties. 

•1 afternoons per week 

and Saturday. 

Call Mary Lou at 

847-362-4300 

PAULY HONDA 
UBERTYVULE 



Cleaning service 
looking for part- 
time help. Flexible 
hours. (Residential 
& commercial) 
Call Staci 




Pro-Maids 

Professional 

Cleaning Service 

847-514-6855 



Permanent ; 
Part-Time i 

Work from home. ; 
Flexible schedule. \ 
Weekly paychecks. '■ 
Setting appointments to : 
collect local donations \ 
of household items lor '; 
nationally recognized 
charitable organization. 
Place call 
(630) 515-5766 
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ADMINISTRAnVE ASSISTANT 

LOOKING FOR THAT PERFECT JOB? 

20-24 HOURS 

$14.00 AN HOUR 

Our client in Grayslakc is seeking an Adm. Asst. to 

work 20-24 hours a week. (You -choose 

days/hours). Phones, filing, faxing, typing. 

Requirements: Windows 95, Word, and Excel. 

Call 847/740-8367 or fax resume 847/740-8405. 




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TYPESETTER 

Lakeland Newspapers is looking 

for a part-time energetic person to 

join our Composition Team. Person 

must have computer knowledge, 

be detail oriented, possess 

organization skills, and be able 

to type 50 wpm or more. 

Please contact 

Neal Tucker 

(847) 223-81 61 (ext 1 23) 

30 S. Whitney St. 
Grayslake, IL 60030 

Lakeland 

Newspapers 




CUSTOMER 
SERVICE 



Legal Service 
Dcpt. 
Lakeland Newspapers 
is seeking a dynamic 
individual to process 
our legal advertising. 
. Qualified candidates 
for this part time 
position will have 
good phone etiquette, 
excellent interpersonal 
skills, be ultra- 
organized, and be a 
positive team player 
"in our growing 
organization. This 
position may lead lo 
future full-time 
employment. The 
position will requires 
Monday, Tuesday, and 
Thursday or Friday 
work schedule. 

For 

consideration, 

please contact 

Bob Schrocdcr at 

847-223-8161 

ext. 107 

Lakeland 

Newspapers 

50 S. Whitney St. 

Grayslakc 



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STOP BY AND MEET US! 



Speak with us on Tuesday, August 3rd at our 

Crystal Lake Facility located at 710 Eastgate Rd. 

A UPS recruiter will be present to conduct interviews 

between 9:00am and 12:00 Noon for Preload and Reload Shifts. 



PACKAGE HANDLERS 



$8,50/Hour • Steady, Part-Time Jobs 

Weekends & Holidays Off 
3 to 5 Hour Shifts 
Consistent Work Schedule 
Benefits (Medfcai/Ufe, 401 K 
& Paid Vacations) 
Annual Raises 

ConSerrv® (Student loan program 
for UPS employees) 




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i art-Time 



The Gymnastics Factory 

of Graytlik* is 

increasing their 

coaching stiff L now 

accepting applications. 

Must have 2 grs. 

experience & we will 

safety certify. 

Ask for 

Martin or Joanne 

(847)223-1555 



TOW TRUCK 
DRIVER 

Fox Lake Area 
CDL not required 

Call (847) 587-4330 



MEDICAL 

RECEPTIONIST 
, Part Tims 

Responsibilities Include 

scheduling nppolntments, 

registering pallents, 

cashiering, answering phones, 

and updating patient 

information. Seeking 

candidates with past health 

care or customer service op. 

Send/fax resumes lo: 

Peerpalh Medical Assoc. 

71 Waukegan Kd. Sic. 900 

Like Bluff. IL 60044 

fax:(847)295-1547 

or call (847) 535-8080 EOE 



Pampered Chef 

needs more consultants to 

demonstrate quality 

fcitclif it tools .it home 

. kitchen shows. Average 

S15/S20 hour commission. 

No experience necessary. 

Call Linda 
(847)249-1015 



STOCKROOM 

AND DELIVERY: 

Must have a driver's 

license and a good 

driving record. 

SALES CLERK: 

Experience preferable, 

but will train. Please 

contact Karlcen at 

(847) 526-7139 
for interview. 



CHILD CARE 
ATTENDANT/DAYS 

Grayslake Campus 
Part-Time 

Responsible for assisting In 
llic planning and facilitating 
* of actiiiiles for prc-school 

and/or elementary school 

children. A high school 

diploma or OLD. child care 

experience and knowledge of 

child development (growth) 

arc required. Suhmil a 
completed application, lelter 

of Interest and resume to 
Human Resources by August 

17, 1999. Please conlacl 
Human Resources, 

847-225-2065 and TDD 

847-22.V56I5. for more 
information. The College of 

Lake County, 19351 W. 

Washington St., (Inwslake. IL 

60030-1198. 






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Want to earn up to $200 per | 
week and he your own boss? 

The Daily Herald is looking 
for .adult, independent 
personnel for newspaper 
delivery in the Lake County j 

area. 2-3 hour routes 

available between the hours 

of 2am & 6am, Monday thru | 

Friday; 2am-7am, Saturdays, 

Sundays and Holidays. 

For more information call... 

(847) 427-4333 

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www.ameritech.com/jobs 




feeding 
expectations - thaVs 
what we l re all about." 

We'd like to add you to the dynamic team of 
professionals who contribute daily to Amaritach's 
reputation for excellence. At a leader In 
communications, , we're energlted to provide 
Innovative solution! for our customers'. expanding 
communications needs. We're prepared to match 
your commitment with training, support and 
opportunities for professional growth. 

RETAIL SALES CONSULTANTS 
Part Time Opportunity 

We seek energetic self-starters who enjoy customer 
interaction. All you need Is the demonstrated ability lo 
determine customers' needs, present the features/benefits 
of our products/services, and close the sale. Strong customer 
focus, professional demeanor and basic knowledge of PCs 
are required. We'll provide complete sales/product training. 
Position is based In the Northbrook ana. 

For immediate consideration forward resume or letter of 
interest outlining your qualifications to; Aneritcch 
Cellular Services, 1515 Woodfleld Drive., Location 11-127, 
Sctiaumburg, IL 60173. FAX: (847)706-2345 Attn: Katie. 

(Affiefitech. 

In a world of technology, 
people make the difference."' 

An equal opportunity employer 
committed to a diverse workforce. 



Lakeland Newspapers / C21 



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lety Wanted . 
Part-Time 



We need 

Plasma Donors 
Immediately. 

Earn $100 In the 1st 2 vAsl 
For Info or appt. call 

414-654-1366 



I Education 

FUN WITH CHILDREN 

Seeking teachers (or a 

computer enrichment 

program. Wl train. 

6-10hrs./wk. 

847-259-3630 



Cleaning 

Late Afternoons/ 

Evenings 

4 hours a night 

S 10 an hour 

Call or apply 

Lake Villa 

School Dist #41 

131 McKinley 

Lake Villa, IL 60O46 

847-356-2385 



School Cafeterias 

NO evenings 

NO weekends 

Mundelein Dist. 75 

Grayslake Dist. 127 

Call Vicky 

847.223-8621 

ext. 1700 

EOE 



220 



Help Wanted 
Full-Time 



1000 ENVEL- 
OPESs$4000. $4 per envel- 
ope processedll Guar- 
anteed!! 24 hour recording. 
Call (310) 630-3792. 

AIM HIGH CAREER oppor- 
tunities for high school grads. 
1 1 you're between .17-27 the Air 
Force can prepare you for a 
career In fife. Benefits include: 
High tech training, tuition as- 
' sistance, medical and dental 
care, excellent pay. Up to 
$12,000 enlistment bonus for 
those who qualify. For an In- 
formation packet call 1-800- 
423-USAF or visit the Air Base 
at www.alrforce.corn 

AVON PRODUCTS. 
START your own business. 
Work flexible hours. Enjoy un- 
limited earnings. Call toll Iree. 
B8B-942-4053 ■ 

DRIVE TO OWN- No $ 
down. No credit check. 96-98 
Prosleepers/ Condos -.80S all 
miles. COMPANY DRIVERS • 
Up to .355 per mile. 2500+ 
miles per week. 2 yrs CDL ex- 
perience. CALL TODAY: 800- 
843-8308 or 800-843-3384. 

DRIVER - COMPANY Driv- 
ers and Owner Operators, Call 
today and ask about our great 
new compensation and bonus 
packages. Boyd Bros. 800- 
543-8923 (OO'S call 800-633- 
1377). EOE. 



220 



Help Warned 
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DRIVER BUD MEYER 
Truck Lines Refrigerated Haul- 
ing $1,000 Sign-on bonus for 
oxp. co. drivers 'Solo drivers 
Start up to 33c. Sob drivers 
and contractors, Call toll free 
877-283-6393, Graduate 
students 1-800-338-6428 

DRIVERS - START AT 
34c/M!LEI 100% conventional 
fleet * Assigned tractors/take 
home 'Benefits and bonus 
programs *1.5yra. OTR ex p. + 
CDL/HazMal. OWNER/OP- 
ERATORS 90C/ALL MILES. 
CALL OTRX TODAY 1-800- 
423-6939. 

DRIVERS - TEAMS OTR: 
Assigned Frelghtllner conven- 
tional, excellent miles, great 
;,hqrne time and morel Experi- 
enced drivers call Heartland 
Express toll free at 1-877-763- 
7463 __ 

EASY WORK! 

NO EXPERIENCE 

. $500-51,000 part-time at 

home stuffing envelopes. 

For free Information" send 

self-addressed, 

stamped envelope: 

R&J Enterprises 

Mailing Services, Inc. 

P.O. Box 402 
Ingleslde, III. 60041. • 

FLATBED OWNER OP- 
ERATORS needed for re- 
gional runs *Run your plate or 
ours 'Run your trailer or ours. 
LOCAL TERMINALS. COMPA- 
NY DRIVERS also needed. 
GREAT BENEFITS A HOME 
TIME. SMITHWAY MOTOR 
XPRESS 1-800-769-6522. 

GET YOUR RE LICENSE! 
'Job Placement Available 

•Earn Extra Income 

'Many Locations Available 

Traditional Classes 

Starting Soon. 

For More Information Call: 

CENTURY 21 

Real Estate Academy 

(647)296-0410. 

HERE'S YOUR CHANCE to 
get into a new 2000 model yr. 
tractor. Earn up to 37 cpm to 
start/full family benefits/great 
home time. Donl delay. Call 
Arctic Express 600-927-0431 . 

INSURANCE 4 DAY .work 
week. Leads, advances. 
Si ,000/ week, statewide op- 
portunity, 5 people minimum. 
Call ASAP 1-800-252-2581. , 

OWNER-OPERATORS 
DEDICATED RUN Cincinna- 
ti to Chicago/Madison and re- 
turn - Home Regularly -Top 
mileage pay - No upfront cost • 
Complete insurance package • 
Dedicated refrigerated cus- 
tomer - Steady runs • Great 
pay • Own late model light- 
weight tractor. Call Joe at 
Sunco Carriers 1-800-908- 
8S44. 

WILDLIFE JOBS TO 
$21.60/hr. including benefits. 
Game wardens, security main- 
tenance. Park Rangers. No 
experience needed. For appli- 
cation and exam info. Call 1- 
800-813-3585. exl 04221, 

DRIVER INEXPERI- 

ENCED? Ask about our com- 
pany sponsored training. We 
have raised pay for ALL our 
drivers, and we offer top con- 
ventional equipment U.S. Ex- 
press 888-936-3338. 



rushing 
The 


80c a mile 

practical miles, loaded & empty. 
That's at least B3c tor HHG1 


Limits 


•Weekly Settlements 'Free Base Plate/Permits 
•Free Permits -Free Fuel Card 
•Layover Pay 


PaMActu 


k Campanv Drivers* 

lal Routed WMIes, Not HHC Miles! 


SSfS. 800-848-0405 







ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER 




For *I«»lnuil»iir|f School District 
Administration Office 

Must be detail oriented, 

. Possess good business plume skills, 

And have basic computer knowledge, 

Full-time, full year position. 

Good benefits. 

Apply In person to: 

Sue Douiiugfucz 

llimuui Resource Director 

2117 H. Chun-It Street 

.InhuslHirg, II. G0050 

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220 



Help Wanted 
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220 



Help Wanlcd 
Full-Time 



Billing Systems Manager 

needed for social service 

Agency. MuM lie detail minded 

and proliricill In Word and 

Excel. Will develop and 

Implement billing sysiem for 

new program. Full-time. 

Bachelor's degree with related 

experience preferred. Mall 

resume lo: Jan Alilgrlm 

Cittliollf Charities 

1 16 N. Lincoln Ave. 

Round Lake, IL G0073 

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Looking for (lint IDEilL 

SAMS POSITION with Ilic 

TMINIXG ,IND SUPPORT 

needed lit SVCCFJM1 

LOOK NO FURTHER. 

NEW GURNEE 

AUTHORIZED AMERITECII 

DISTRIUUTOKSIIIP 

Is seeking 

ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES 

to markel VOICE AND DATA. 

EXCELLENT EARS'LXG 

POTTNTLMIUl! 

Full or Tart lime positions 

available. 

CM Mlt. COKHWOX 

(847) HSS-4800 



NOW HIRING BREAD MAKERS 

European-slyle bakery in Downtown 
Ltbertyville KNEADS you. Good wages. Great 

environment. Early hours. Will train - no 

experience necessary. Must be dependable, 

energetic and fun! 

Please call: 
847/367-7778 fi s 



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JOHN CRANE, INC., Iho world's lending 
manufacturer of engineered seals and scaling 
systems has openings at their Fox Lake 
manufacturing facility for second and third 
shift CNC machinists. 

Qualified applicants will have experience 
reading blueprints, precision measuring 
instruments and will have a working knowledge 
of shop math. They will also have experience 
programming FANUC controllers in G-code. 

John Crane offers a competitive snlary, paid 
lunches, 'lOl(k), tuition reimbursement, medical 
insurance, dental, vision, long and short term 
disability, stock options, pension and paid 
holidays. To find out more or to apply for one of 
these outstanding opportunities, please apply in 
person between 7nm and 3:30 pm at: 
John Crane, Inc. 
10 1 Sayton Rd. 
Fox Lake, IL 60020 
(847) 587-0311 




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' How To 
Survive 
The Job 
Search 

Bv Nancv Sakol 

Q: I have been working with (name withheld) for the paM 5 months 
and recently asked my employer Tor a few Weeks off in care for my 
mom's brother who hud just gotten out of the hospital. Mom could nul 
care for him because she had lo work, as did dad. My uncle has 
another brother and sister who both live out of state, so I fiRured that I 
could handle the job. I understand there is a family leave act that was 
passed allowing a person the necessary time off to care for a sick 
family member without losing your job, pay or benefits. My problem Is 
my company called me ufter the first day uf being gone and said they 
were letting me go. They told mu the reason was due lu inadequate 
attendance, even though (hey knew that I was carine, for a sick uncle. 
The only thing they offered me when I left was that ( could continue tn 
pay my own Insurance through their (COllltA) plan. My mom and I are 
thinking of hiring an attorney to file a suit for wrongful dismissal. I 
know people write to you all the time with their prohlems and I would 
appreciate whatever you could do, or any advice yau could give. 
Thank you. ].P,-Llndenhurst 

A: In speaking with the parlies involved on your behalf, ll became 
known that a 40-hour weekly attendance was not high an your list of 
priorities, tn fact your company had already put you under an 
attendance probation 6 weeks before. You may want to rethink your 
phone call to the lawyer. Per your former employcr..."5 months 
working for a company does not meet the requirements of the "Family 
Leave Act." That's strike one! Caring fur your sick uncle under the 
circumstances would also nut fall under the guidelines for the Family 
Leave Act. Strike two, According to your former employer their 
company does not fall Into the required number employees mandatory 
for Instituting this act. Strike three! Obviously in a time uf need one 
does not always know when an emergency will arise where one would 
need lo activate this "Family Leave", 

In your cose however, the story of your uncle that no one had ever 
heard you mention came from out of the blue. A company suffers the 
additional pressures in the absence of lis employees. Yours came 
without warning and a voice mall message staling that you needed the 
time off. ll most likely occurred to your employer that, while this lime 
yaur heart may have been In the right place, your previous track 
record for reporting lo work was not. Voice mail was not the proper 
way to communicate your dilemma. Your employer decided thai In 
your absence, you would be replaced, ..permanently. Keep in mind 
that while although anyone can sue anyone, winning or losing Is the 
gamble you take. Perhaps you should save your money on legal fees 
since It Is apparent that the company has a strung leg to stand on, 
based on past performance. Heucr you should concentrate your 
efforts on finding a new job lo support yourself and purchase an alarm 
clock that will assist you In getting to your new employer on lime. 
Good Luck. 

Note: Nancy Sakol Is a licensed personnel professional 
and President of Superior Personnel in Gurnce. 

Letters can be sent lo Nancy Sakol 

cYo Lakeland Newspapers', 

P.O. Dux 268, G ray s fake, IL 60030 

PLACEMl@aol.com 



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Help Warned 
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Drill Crew Chief 

Immcd opening/ 
Applclon, WI. Position 
avail for Crew Chief in 
Applclon, WI to run rig 
In central & northeast 
WI. CDLrcq. At least 
J yr rotary drilling cxp 

pref. Applicants 

should be mechanically 

inclined & familiar 

w/liydr.iulic equip. 

IIAZ MAT training a 

plus. Comp sal & bnfis 

hid health, dental, 

disability, 40 Ik & 

profit sharing. 

Please respond to 

River Valley 

Testing Corp 

728 Si Wcslland Dr. 

Applclon, WI 5*914 

920-753-8827 



In the Army National 
Guard YOU CAN... 

• Earn over $178 per 
weekend! 

• Retain your rank up 
to E-6! 

• Use your military 
skills! 

• Retire after 20 years 
of service! 

• Serve your stale and 
country while serving 
at home! 

Discover how you can 
return to soldiering, retain 
some great military benefits 
uiul earn an extra pay- 
check. Gil! today! 

ILLINOIS 

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1-800-OK-GUARD 




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A Must have knowledge of basic sheel metal fab- < 
Arication, duel sizing and common furnace and 
A/VC installations. 3-5 years experience 
A required. Commercial and industrial installation 
A experience is beneficial, but not required 

WE OFFER COMPETITIVE WAGES 

401 K, Paid Insurance, Holidays & Vacations 
Call ( 847) 223-8877 or apply In person: 

NORTHERN AIR SYSTEMS 

683 L CENTER ST. 

GRAYSLAKE.IL 60030 



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DO YOU LOVE CUSTOMER SERVICE? 

Then Check Us Out! (3 

With $300 Million in assets.. .220 Employees... 1 15,000 members 

Groat Lakes Credit Union wants you to join our loam! 

Wo currently hpvo full and part limo openings for 

CALL CENTER REPRESENTATIVES 
TELLERS 

Our business is growing, and wo'ro committed to excellent 
customer scrvico. Wo need YOU to help us moot that goal! 

As a Call Center Rep or Toller, you'll bo part of a fun, upboat 
team. We'll supply all tho training you need to help our 
members with their Inquiries and transactions. And while 
you'ro at it, you can earn incentive pay, rewards, recognition 
and you'll learn new skills to advance your career. 
You'll also onjoy Iho following benefits: 
Competitivo Starting Pay 
Paid vacations/holiday/personal timo 
Mcdical/Dontal/Vision coverage 
401 (k) with matching and employer contribution 
Casual Dress 
Tuition Reimbursement 
Credit Union Membership 
II you have banking, telephone or retail experience, excellent 
communication and proven customer service skills apply today!! 
Mait/tax/o-mnil resume along with salary history to; 
Staffing 

Great Lakes Credit Union 
2525 Green Bay Road 
North Chicago, IL 60064 
Fax: 847-887-8798 
E-mail: jencGylcu.org 
For moro information call our JOB HOTUNE at 847-578-89091 

EOE 



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Learn 
:ToEarni 

(A) $11 Per Hoar 
(Higher For Permitted Experts 

(B) Paid Training 
(P) Child Care. Assistance 

(D) No Nights on Weekends Required;-^ 

(E) Summers & Holidays Off 
(Additional Hours Available) 

• (F) Advancement Opportunities 



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STOAAIoTOffTATIQN EXPERTS NEEDE0J 

No Experience Necessary 
Must Be Over 21 

Call 847-634*0331 




tSJBervIng Chlcagoland with over 20 locations Including,^ 
JViVernon Hills, Wheeling, Prairie View and Beach Parkjj 



220 



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Full Time school yV.tr posh 

llott. Musi lie kitmvletlgeitlile 

sign I UK Exact English. 

Cnmpelllivi 1 salary .nul 

heiielta. 

Full Time Instructional Aide 

ilide will assist the special 

Education Pribram Type III, 

IP), nr Teacher's AsM. 

Certificate required. 

Experience preferred. 

S llh s ll tHK 
Full school u-ar position avail- 

uhle & SH5.IKI/lhiy phiM 

heni'IUs. Secondary Teaching. 

Certificate required. .Special 

Education Certificate 

preferretl. 

Cv rH fl v d , "nni 'rs 

.Seeking certified leathers fur 
dailv pan-time tutoring from 

iil..W.UI.tit l:.Wi»AI. 
TyiH." (W Certificate preferred. 

Semi letters of interest and 
resume by: H/(i/W 

Dr. Julie Coulcy 

Warren Township 

High School 

5IH> .V. O'l'laiiie Road 

(itiriicc, 1 1.61103 1 -2686 



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Iii iVo Time! 

IF. vim etui elcmi fc Hiipply 

I ml I cut rooms, olllecH, 

common nrens, cle. In u 

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Ill^lilaiiil 1'arh 

Hospital 

mi ntrt to hire you rluht 

uwiiy! Conic Mi Interview, 

Willi Minium Resources 

imtiuVgcm Ht ourt 

INSTANT HIRING tiVIiNT 

Ttmrsdiiy, August nlh 

Hiim-I lion 

IIIuIiIiokI 1'nrk ilosplhll 

718 Cilcuvlcu* Ave. 
lllMliltiiul I'urk, IMHMKlo 

ll'uiiitlile to tiUeuil, plcnse 

coiii net Ilnrrletle Cmlv ' 

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Higher Level 



MAINTENANCE 

Seekine honest, hardworking, dependable individuals for 
Mainlf nance. FULL and PART-TIME positions available in 

Lake County. The successful candidate must possess 

maintenance and janitorial skills and must be able to work 

wilh and around others. Paperwork also required. Full-time 

compensation package includes health insurance, 40IK and 

paid vacation, interested parlies, please send your resume 

and/or letter of inquiry to: 
t Box 000 

c/o Lakeland Publishers 

P.O. Box 268 
^Grayslake. IL 60030 





Graphic Artist 

WANTED 

We are looking for a Graphic Designer to 
join our Advertising Services Department. 

Full or Part time hours considered. 

Candidate must know QuarkXpress and 

possess adequate typing skills. Knowledge 

of paste-up is helpful, although we will train 

on this and other aspects of the job. 

Please forward resume to: 



Lakeland Publishers 
Attn: Ad Services 

Supervisor 
30 S.Whitney St. 

Grayslake, IL 60030 




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STAFF ACCOUNTANT/FULL 
CHARGE BOOKKEEPER 



Fast-paced Lake Bluff consulting firm seeking indi- 
vidual wilh minimum 5 years full charge rxx>kkccp- 
ing experience in mfg environment; Position interacts 
with site accounting clerks for two operating compa- 
nies. Responsibilities include A/P. bank reconcilia- 
tions. G/L through financial statements & associated 
analyses & reporting. Strong PC background and gen- 
eral office skills essential. Applicant should be a detail 
oricnicd. well-organized and deadline driven profes- 
sional wilh a grcal work clhic. Benefits include med- 
ical/dental plan. 40I(K) and paid vacation. Salary 
commensurate with experience. Non-smoking 
environment. Daytime flcxhours considered. 

Please fax resume to 847/295-2147 or mail lo: 

Kinsclla Group 

Suite 150 

900 North Shore Drive 

Lake Bluff, IL 60044 



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Maintenance 

Immcd opening/ 

Kankakee, IL. Plastic 

infection & blow molding 

facility In Kankakee, IL, 

needs ltands-on 

Maintenance Tech to be 

in charge of all matnt 

activities. Exp w/phisllc 

injection & blow molding 

rcq'd. Must be able to 

read schematics & logic 

prints. Problem solving 

skills in hydraulics, 

electrical, pneumatic & 

mccll areas rcq'd. 

Exc sal & hafts. 

Send resume to: 

Ring Can Corp 

1825 American Way 

Kankakee, IL 60901 






PRODUCTION 
SUPERVISOR 

"Manage, coach, teach, 
motivate production 
employees to work 
efficiently, productively & 
cohesively logellier meeting 
the demands of our 
customers: Provide an 
atmosphere where people 
are glad to he a purl of the 
work environment & look 
fonvard to doing their job." 

The above Is the mosi 
important pun of the job 
description for this position. 
A complete job description 
can be seen on our website 
(see address below). This 
Is a wonderful opply for a 
person who has successful 
supervisory cxp. In a 
production or business 
selling. *iyr. bachelor's dcg. 
prefd, but not req'd. Our 
co. Is a growing & progres- 
sive one, a leader In llie 
Industry, though we are 
small enough where you will 
he noticed & appreciated. 
Resume: 

LA FORCE. INC. 
1060 W. Mason St. 

I'O Box 10068 
Green Bav,wl 54307 

920-490-2249 
800-672-6795 x2249 

Pntrick Costelto 

\vwv.hiforceinc.com 

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Danaher Controls, 
a leading manufacturer of 
electromechanical encoder;, 
has immediate openings for 

CNC Production 
Machinist 

Duties will include Setup, 
operate, and ad|usl CNC 
machines. Use DNC system 
lo load programs Into 
machine loots. Enter and 
track statistical process 
control (SPC) information. 
Will work from blueprints 
and engineering sketches to 
produce parts to close 
tolerances (.0002"-.0005"). 

Must be able to read 
blueprints/engineering 
drawings including geometric 
dimensioning and tolenuicing 
(GD&T). Must be able to use 
basic machine shop 
measuring tools (i.e. 
calipers, micrometers, 
indicators, plug gages, ring 
gages, hcighl gages, etc), 
Experience wflh G and M 
code programming. Fanuc 
controls, cellular 
manufacturing, and JIT (just- 
In-tlme) principles desired. 
Experience wiln Mori SclkJ, 
Okuma I Iowa, Ilardlnge, 
and/or Star MJcronlcs turning 
centers; as well as Brother or 
Fanuc Robodrlll drill/tap/mill 
machines a definite plus. 

We offer competitive pay 
Including an excellent 
benefits package. Qualified 
applicants may apply in 
person or send/lax resume 
wilh salary requirements to: 
Danaher Controls . 
1675 Dclany Road 
Curnee, IL 60031-1282 
Attn: Human Resources Dcpl. 
Fax: 847-662-6633 

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Help Wanted 
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NO BULL 

Tills Is a fast (rack. I'll 
show you how (o make 

$3000 weekly from 
home. No MLM, no lies 

1-888-248-7H0 



MEDICAL ASSISTANTS 

Full lime and Pari Time 

Mulii -Specially Physicians 

croup, Is seeking Certified 

Medical Assistants \\1io are 

(IcillCJteil lo providing quality 

Entail care. Your efforts will 
l> rewarded \\i\\[ cuinpctllla' 
pay ami attractive licnefits. 
For confidential consid- 
eration send resumes lo 
Dierpaili Medical Associates 
Ann.-. Human Resources 
71 Wankcfian ltd. Ste. 900 
Like Illiifl. II. (iOO-i-1 
fax: (847) 295-1517 
or call (847) 535K080 
EOF. 



ACCOUNTING/ 
AUDIT TECHNICIAN 

fflce of the Comptroller 

Responsibilities Include 
reconciling the college's general 
ledgers \\1ili the corresponding 
lunk statements. An Associate's 
Degree vviili courses In account- 
ing and finance or equivalent 
(course work and experience), 
2 years of related accounting 
experience, spreadsheet experi- 
ence and llie ability lo handle 
confidential Information are 
required. Submit a complcied 

application and resume to 

Human Resources \vf August 9, 

1999, for full consideration. 

Please contact Human 
Resources, 847-543-2065 and 
847-22M6I5, for more Infor- 
mation. The College of lake 
Count)-, 19351 W. Washington 
Sl, Gravslakc, IL 60030-1 198. 
AA/EOEAii/MA-. 



Drivers 

Immed openings. 

Independent contractors 

wtinlcd to transport new & 

used trucks In all 48 

stales & local. Paysmln 

of $.9 1 CPM for 2 Intcks 

at a time & $.52-$.65 CPM 

for moving 1. Drivers 

pay for fuel if needed 

• & provide a 

vehicle to tow behind 

trucks. Class A or Class B 

CDL, 2yrs OTR exp, clean 

appearance. 

Call 888-782-8050 

9:30a-2pCST,M-W. 



PRESS OPERATOR/ 

OPERATOR 

TRAINEE 

Immed. Opening. 

100%omployoG- 

owned4C, heat-sot 

web printer expanding 

w/new press, Work 3 

day-wks w/futl bnfts, 

Including ownerdVilp, 

friendly environment, 

comp wages, drug-free 

workplace. If you have 

hands-on exp,, apply: 

Gaines & Hanson 

Printing Co., Attn: HR 

5197 Wlnnetka Ave. N. 

Minneapolis, MN 

55428 
Fax 61 2-533-5432- 



MANUFACTURING 

Immed Opening. 
HBA Cast Products 

Co, Inc seeks 
Supervisor to lead & 
direct employees for 
a growing die casting 
corp. Responsibilities 
Include the supervi- 
sion of 9 die cast 
machines (ranging 
from 250 lons-1000 
tons) as well as the 
secondary operations. 
Must have exc lead- 
ership & people skills. 
5+ vrs exp a plus. 
Resume: 
Attn Personnel 
PO Box 61 
Chatham. VA 24531 
EOE 



EASONAL OPPORTUNITIES 




GENERAL FACTORY WORK " 

MATERIAL HANDLER 

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i Nichols Aluminum, a team-oriented manufacturer of 

• aluminum rolled colls and sheet, has Immediate openings for i 

| Material Handlers at our Lincolnshire, IL facility. 

'The candidates we are looking for will have a background In J 



SEASONAL DRIVER 



needed to run pick-up routes 3-6 days per 

week In Lake County immediately until the end 

of September. Mosquito light trap catches are 

picked up In the morning and driven to Roselle 

lab for specimen counting. Must be 18 years 

of age or older and have good driving record. 

S7.25 per hour plus car allowance of $15 per 

day and $0.10 per job mile. 

For Information, call Kara @ Clarke 

Environmental Mosquito Management 

800-942-2555. 



Grounds Crew 
Weekends Only 

The Rriitol Renaissance 
f aire it looking for enthusi- 
astic team player needed for 
outdoor employment set in 
Sixteenth Century England. 
Now scheduling interviews. 
Accept iny application! for 
Grounds Crew, interested 
call Shawn at 8U-39J-7771 for 
interview times. Apply at; 
12JS0 - I20tb Avenue 
Kenosha, W'i 5JU2 
847-J9J-777J 
Pax 847-J9J-0H7 




{Productivity monthly bonuses, medical, dental, and life 
Insurance, and a 40 IK program with company matching 
'after one year of service. 

iWe work two 12-hour shifts seven days a week, on a 3-2-2 i 

• schedule (work 3 days, off 2 days, work 2 days off 3 days) 

Please apply in person at: 

Nichols Alamimun 

200 Schelter Rd, Lincolnshire, IL 60069 

Two blocks west of comer of Milwaukee and 

Rie. 22, then south on Schelter. 

Equal Employment Opportunity M/F/V/H 



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PHYSICAL THERAPISTS 

Northern Suburban Special 
Education District serving 
special education programs in 
suburbs north of Chicago, ha* 
openings for the IW-2000 
school year wqrking with stu- 
dents wiili disabilities, (ireat 
salary, working conditions, 
and healiii benefits. Call for 
application. (847) 831-5100 
or FAX resume and copy of 
linwc to (847) 831-5108. 



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Immediate full time' 

opening available at 

retirement home for 

Sisters. Hours 

available 2pm to 

9pm, every other 

weekend is a must. 

For more 
information, contact 

Queen of Peace 
Sister Caryn 
847-438-5470 



NURSING LAB ASSISTANT 
Nursing Education 
Part-Time/Evening 

Responsible for coordinating ! 

(tie accewlliillry of equipment \ 

; and supplies, appraising . 

students' lab performance and 

serving as a resource person for 

the students. BSN, a current. 

Illinois licensure as a registered 

KN and 2 years of current work 

experience in nursing are 
required. A completed applica- 
tion, letter of interest and 
resume must be submitted lo 
Human Resources by August 16, 
. 1999- Please contact Human 
Resources, 8-17-543-2065 and 
ilw TDD* 847-Z23-56I 5. 
for more information. 
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Seeking LPN/RN in 

our Lake Zurich 

Intermediate Care 

Facility. Need part 

time, 2 PM to 10:30 

PM. Every other 
weekend is a must. If 

interested, contact 
D.O.N., Mt. SL Joseph, 

847-438-5050 



<Dental 
Assistant 

356-81*22 

i^pprox. 30 hours per 

week. *Expertenced 

or will train. 



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Regbtered Nurse 

Anesthetists 

Immed openings/ 

Minnesota. 
Continued growth 

has created an 

exciting FT oppty 

for a CRNA in a 

progressive 

medical center. 

Cuyuna Regional 

Anesthesia exp 

pref, but willing to 

train right 
candidate. To find 

out more about 
this exciting oppty, 

contact 
Becky Jasko wiak 

HRMgr 
Cuyuna Regional 

Medical Ctr. 

320 East Main St. 

Crosby, MN 56441 

800-950-4917 

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Full time i nip in utsiiles nlM fur 
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NEW FAMILY 

CENTER 

New Night Shift 

Differential! 

$5 PER HOUR 

Utility Miiiniri.il llippiul's Ntw 

Family Chiut Iia5 Full Unit? and I l jh 

Unit.' [Ktsiiimis w.ili 12 tnmr shifu 

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7VM-7AM. Ttii-M-are 

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In fully ullliro ihdr iliiilnl skilk. 

Vc pnntJv an i-xalltm salarj' IncluJ- 

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TLU. and bcm-flLi. I'K-jm- runiaci: 

Cinih- Hall • Human Ri-Miurm 

Victor)- 

Memo rial Hospital 
t.^tN.SlariujiiRd. 
Wauki'^iii. IL UmS5 

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Tired of Skilled 
Nursing Care 

lilltcrest Nursing Center 
is an UUertncdlate care 
geriatric facility with 
positions available 
•Competitive wages 
•Vacation pay 
•Health insurance 
•Retirement plans 

Call Ruby Deguzmanfor 

information 

(847) 546-5300 

1740 N. Circuit Drive 

Round Lake Beach, IL 




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CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS 

Full/Part Time 

Wc arc seeking energetic, compassionate 

individuals to join our professional care team. 

Wc arc a multi-level care facility offering 

a pleasant work environment to dedicated 

care-givers interested in hands-on care. ' 

You will be rewarded with a comprehensive 

salary and fienefits package. 

LIBERTYVILLE MANOR 

610 Peterson Road (Hwy 137) 

Libcrtyville, IL 60048 

(847) 367-6100 . 



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MEDICAL 

TRANSCR1PT10NIST 
Full-Time 
9:00am-5:30pm . 

We arc seeking a flexible, 

£1 confident individual to join 

our medical office. 

Proficiency with medical 

terminology & radiology as 

well as minimum 50-60 

wpm required. 
We offer a competitive 
salary & benefits package 
In a leading edge environ- 
ment. Forward resume or 
apply In person to: 

. M.R. INSTITUTE 

OF LAKE COUNTY 

Attn: Office 

Manager 

. GO S. Greenleaf 

Gurnee, IL 60031 

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For long term facility, 
Clinical and documentation 
skills are a vital part oF this 

position. Strong team 
leading a plus. 

RNorLPN 

Rill-Time 

7 am - 3 pm 
3 pm • 11 pm 

• Treatment Nurse Position 

Call: 

Belinda Slmms 

847-249-2400 

X53 

North Shore Terrace 
2222 W. 14th Street 
Waukegan. IL 60085 



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NEWPAYMTIS 

Tin' Victory Liki-s Contlmiinf; 
Can.* Ci-nuT an J lite aftitttil 

Uiinjj Facility value your 

i-\|K-fic!ici' and skilLs xs a CN'A 

and have increased dielr nay 

rau*. Tin." ntw nilnimuni is: 

$8.58/hr 
or higher with experience! 

Flexible full and part-lime 

i)|i|Hirtiinilies are available on 

various shifts. Must be certi- ■ 

Red In Illinois or close Hi 

completion. We offer a full 

benefits package if yon work 

roon- ihan ill htmrsAvu-k. 

Please apply in person at: 

Victory Lakes 

Continuing Care Center 

I0>5 Easi Grand Avenue 

Undenhursl, IL WHH(> 

Ph:tH7-.W>-i55l 

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Like working w/chiidren? 
We're looking for you! 

THE 
AFTERSCHOOLCLUB 
has full/part time spots as 

COUNSELORS and 

COLLECTIONS at 

Sites all over Lake 

County! Call Roberta at 

847-5734252 



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SHIPPING/ 
RECEIVING 

Duties include 

shlppl n g/rece Iving, 

inventory and all related 

duties as required. 
Knowledge of Inventory, 

domestic and 
international shipping 

procedures and 

documentation helpful. 

Non-smoking facility. 

Apply In person at; 

ILLINOIS 

INSTRUMENTS, INC. 

27840 Concrete Drive 

(located In Lakemoor) 

Ingloslde, IL 60041 

815/344-6212 

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Fast growing mail order distributor of shipping 

supplies seeks Quality Assurance professional. 

Responsibilities include: 

• examining and testing inbound shipments 

• reviewing and testing current products for 
Improvements 

• and all other facets of quality control 
Requires 1-2 years experience. ISO experience a plus. 
Fax or send resume with salary requirements to: 



ULINE 



Human Resources Recruiting Center 

950 Albrecht Drive 

Lake Bluff, IL 60044 

Fax: 888-847-0354 



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Guriicc Schools 

Monday to Friday 

NO* Nights 

NO Weekends 

DcncIUs uvulltiblc 

Paid holidays 

Great Working 

Atmosphere 

Call:. 

- 847-599-4767 



GREAT PAY' 

FUN! 
Flexible hours 

F/T-P/T 
Days-Evenings 

Duke's Grill 
847-526-0002 



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your ad. 
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IS IN SEARCH OF 

DEDICATED, HARD WORKING 

PEOPLE TO JOIN OUR TEAM. 

NEAT, CLEAN, PROFESSIONAL 

APPEARANCE, FULL OR PART 

TIME, GREAT PAY, 401K 

APPLY IN PERSON 

28846 N. THORNGATE DRIVE 

IVANHOE,JL 847-949-1300 





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KFC is Hiring Service-Oriented 
TEAM MEMBERS and 

ENTRY LEVEL MANAGERS... 

Who care about a "Job Well Done" and Have 

Smiles and Enthusiasm to Provide 

101% Customer Satisfaction. 



• Excellent Starting Pay 

• Flexible Schedule 

• Benefits Eligibility 

• Free Meal Privileges 

• Six Month Pay Increases 

• Advancement Opportunities 



4405 52nd St. • 6026 30tri Ave. 

• 1-94 & Hwy. 50, Kenosha. Wl 
•325Rle.173,AntJoch,IL 

• 1084 Milwaukee Ave., Burlington, Wl 

• 2369 Sheridan Rd., Zion, IL 
650 NW Highway, Cary Square, Cary, IL 

• 6280 East Northwest Highway, Crystal Lake. IL 

• 501 West Liberty St., Wauconda, IL 
• 2020 N. Seminary Ave., Woodstock, IL 

Or fax your resume to: 

8026 39th Ave., 

Kenosha, Wl 53142 

Fax:(414) 697-9107 

Email:lawkfc@aol.com 

Or call Linda at (414)697-9106 



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HAIR STYLIST 

P/T-F/T 

• Be independent • 

• chair rental • 

847-838-2200 

ask for Ginny 



CABINET MAKER 
EXP. WOODWORKER 

Immrillulc iiprnliip 
C<itii|Hiliiw wage* & benefit*. 
■ TKAUITIONALMILLWORK 
1 55 W1ck» St. 

[;r.i\>l.»kc. II, 

817-223-2211 

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AIDE 

Immediate 

openings in our 

Lake Zurich 

Developmental 

Training Program. 

Entry Level, will 

train. Duties include 

teaching D/D adults 

functional 

area skills. If 

interested, contact 

Mt. St. Joseph, 

817-438-5050 



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Pediatrics is 

seeking Jiill-t hue 

recent ion 1st s. 

Duties include 

answering phones, 

nppt. sclicclttliiig 

and pal lent regs. 

Previous experience 

strongly preferred. 

Call Traccv at 

(8*7) 295-1220 or 

fax resume to 

(8*7) 295-1255 



[GAIN VALUABLE EXPERIENCE WITH 
"HANDS ON" EMPLOYMENT 

Monday-Friday as a 

TEACHER'S ASSISTANT at a 

Gurnee private school for 

the fall 1999 school year 

7:00am-3:30pm or 9:30am-6:00pm 

Health benefits and paid sick days 

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ASSISTANT NEEDED 

ServiceMaster/Me Henry H.S. Dist. 156 

* Good health/able to lift & 

carry heavy items 

• Operate & maintain various types 

of landscaping equipment 

• Work outdoors in various 

weather conditions 

• Eighteen yrs. or older 

• Valid driver's license & insurable 

Call Ken or Mary @ 1815) 344-7178 or 

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seeking quality people for sign 

service & installation positions 

Earn $40-$50 f 000 per year! 

• Excellent benefits • Paid Vacation 
• Paid Holidays • Union Ileal! ti Insurance 

• Union pensions • Work uniforms 

• Fifty-two Tbrec day weekends!!! 

(work four ten-hour days) 

• Excellent equipment and trucks 
• Year-round employment, no seasonal layoffs 

• Varicly of outdoor work 

• Apprenticeships available w/creclit 

for prior experience 

North Shore Sign Co. 

Libertyville, II 847-816-7020 



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ULINE is growing!!! Come join The 
Shipping Supply Specialists. We have 
entry level opportunities in our Accounting ! 
department at our Waukegan facility for the j 

following positions: 
Credit Analyst requires: 

• Assessing D & B reports 

• Obtaining bank and trade references 

• Making credit decisions 

• Communication with customers 

• Degree is a plus 

Hours are 1 1 :30a.m.-8:00p.m. 
Chance to adjust hours with seniority. 

Collector requires: 

• Contacting and resolving past due 
accounts by phone 

• Assisting with other accounting functions 
Hours: 8:30a.m.-5:00p.rn. 

For consideration complete an application 
or send resume to our Human Resources 
Recruiting Center: 



ULINE 



Shipping Supply Specialists 

950 Albrecht Drive 

Lake Bluff, IL 60044 

Fax: 888-847-0354 

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BRICK LAYERS 

Immed Opening. 
Gov't masonry 
contractor needs 
exp'd Laborers. 
Must have min 
10yrsexp. Duties 
incl bldg scaffold- 
ing, making mortar, 
misc duties. Out of 
state work. Must 
be willing to travel. 

303-623-5455 



Seeking a mature 
person, experienced 
in furniture handling, 
loading and unload- 
ing trucks, delivery, 
etc. Assembly cxp. a 
plus. English/Spanish 

speaking';) plus. 

A|j|tly in person only. 

123 Greenwood Ave. 

W.iiikeg.in. IL 
10:00 AAA- 7:00 I'M 



OFFICE CLEANING 
JANITORIAL 

Immed. Opening, Full and 

Part lime Myitis and 

Weekends in hike and 

Mcllenry Comities. Ideal for 

ample or individual. Must 

he responsible mid self- 

motivated, capable of 

working with minimal 

supervision. Need 

dependable vehicle, 

Call for appointment 

(847) 740-0541 



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SECRETARY 
ROUND LAKE AREA 

$10.00 per hour 

Our client is seeking a secretary for npprux. 4 
weeks. Opportunity for full time employment. 

Requirements: Windows 95, Word and Excel. 
Cnll 847/740-8367 or fax resume S47/7-I0-S-I05. 



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T1IE LAKE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS TECHNOLOGY 
CAMPUS litis ihe following full-time positions available 
10 instruct high school students, 
•Auto Service Instructor- must have Mj-uifiainl experience 
in die automotive service field. 

•Computer Repair Technician Instructor- must have 
significant work experience maintaining anil repairing IBM 
compatible anil Apple/Macintosh computers. 
•Guttnnry Arts Instructor- must have extensive experience 
in liter culinary arts field. 

For more info, calf Jeff fJrfcrton, Assistant Director for tiisiniciiiin 

<&i7) 223-6681; est. 72(H or seml/fax resume to 

Technology Campus 

19525 W. Washington St. 

Graysbkc, IL 60030 

Fax (847) 223-7363 



Production Planner 

JOHN CRANE, INC., the world's leading manufacturer of 
engineered seals and sealing systems has a challenging 
opportunity for a Production Planner at their Fox Lake 
production facility. A high school education, experience 

in production planning or a degree In Materials is 
required. Knowledge of computerized planning systems, 

(spreadsheets and databases is preferred, 
Qualified candidates will be rewarded with full benefits 
Including 401(h), pension, short and long term disability, 
medical, dental and life Insurance plans. Fax your resume 
to (847) 587-5692 or apply in person, Monday-Friday 
between 8am and 3:30pm at 
John Crane, Inc. 
104 Sayton Road 
Fox Lake, IL 60020 
For more Information call (847) 587-0311 
JOHN CRANE, INC. 
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ARE YOU PERSISTENT, 

DEPENDABLE, OUTGOING, 

RESPONSIBLE & ORGANIZED? 

Lakeland Newspapers has the perfect career 

opportunity for you in our exciting sales . 
department. This job involves sales calls out- 
side the office so a dependable car is necessary, 

We offer great benefits! 

• Salary plus Commission 

• Health Insurance 

• Dental Insurance 

• Disability A Life Insurance 
•A Matching 401 K Plan 

• Gas Allowance 

• Phone Reimbursement 

So if you're self-motivated, highly organized. 

and very personable, you're sure to be a 

succcss.Expcricnce a plus, but will train the 

right person. For an interview appointment call 

Bob U Inter 

Lakeland Newspapers 

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Lakeland Newspapers 
is seeking a qualified 
candidate to fill a posi- 
tion of Receptionist/ 
Customer Service. 
The right candidate 
will be enthusiastic, 
willing to learn, enjoy 
working with Ihe pub- 
lic, and be able to 
handle multiple phone 
lines. Computer expe- 
rience helpful but will 
train right candidate. 

Please apply in 
person at: 

Lakeland 
Newspapers 

30 S. Whitney St. 
Grayslake, IL 60030 



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is looking for stock inven- 
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Attractive salary. Please call 
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document preparation 



using Microsoft office. 

(F/T 12 months) 

Salary In the low to 

middle $20's. 



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Itrierlon, Assistant 
Director for instruction 
{ lt> Technology Campus 
1 19525 W. Washington St. 
j Gntyslakc, IL 60030 
J Fax (847) 223-7363 



GENERAL SECRETARY 

Educational Talent Search 

Kcs|Hinslbill1les include pnnldinn 
Htriiarial support Id lite nffiix- 

{i.e. ussisiing in ilie hiidget, 

ciMiniliiaiiiig meltings ;uid 

processing piirclusf orders). A 

lilgli sclimil diploma or (iEt). -15 

\i pin nnd 3 j ears of sccreiarlal 

experieiice are retpiired. The 

ability i» work wiili a diverse 
gown is also necessary, Snhinll a 
eniiipletctt resume and keyboard 

lest (by appoinlment only! tn 
I liini.ui Him iiirees. Please contact 
Human Rc-smirces, WMS'lDb'i 

ami 8-17-2 23-56 1 5, for mnre 
infonnalinn. The College nf Lake 
Oumiv, 19351 W. Washtngtim St.. 

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INSURANCE SALES 

Looking for enthusiastic, outgoing candidates for an 

inside sales position Willi one of the fastest groning 

ins. agencies in Chicago and the surrounding area. 

No cold calling or telemarketing involved. 

• Salary plus bonus • Full hencfiLs 

• Producers license a plus • Will train 

Insure on the Spot 

Llherlyvllle 

Ask for Steve 

847-803-2266 



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What's Your Time Worth? 1 

Join the team of a locally owned and 
managed community bank and 
work close to home! 
Lnketantl Community Hank Invites applicallons for a full 
time position in iis loan department. Word processing and 
seca-larlal skills required. Prior hanking experience a plus, j 
We offer a compleie'lu'iiefit package, including medical, 
denial, life & disability Insurance, along with a company 
match reii'remcni plan and more. 
Apply in person or call Lynn at (8 17) 7-10-2265 
Resume can he faxed to (8 (7) 7-io- 1367 

L\Ki:i.\M) COMMUNITY DANK 
935 \V. KOLI.INS KOAD 
KOUNI) LVKI-. IL 60073 

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A CCOUN TS PAYABLE 
FULL TIME POSITION AVAILABLE 

Position available at our Libertyville 
location. Computer skills are helpful. 
We will train the right person who 
has organizational skills, attention to 
detail, ability to meet deadlines and 
set priorities and willingness to 
succeed. Benefit package includes 
insurance, discount, 401K/Profit 
Sharing, vacation pay and more. 
Apply in person at: 

Ace Hardware 
155 Peterson Road 
Libertyville, IL 60048 
847-362-3391 

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ULINE IS GROWING! 



Ulinc- The Shipping Supply Specialists. Since 1980 
Uline has expenenced strong growth. We now have 4 
distribution centers across the county and a 5th on 
the way. Come and grow with us. 

Warehouse Opportunities 

RECEIVING 
(AT OUR WAUKEGAN FACILITY) 

• Starting Pay is $9.45 per hour plus .70 shift 
differential. $$ 

• A very competitive salary with 2-5 years experience. 

• 1st shift: 10:30 a.m. - 7p.m., 2nd shift: 
7:00 p.m. - 3:30 a.m. 

• 40 Ik savings. $$$$ 

• Warehouse uniforms are provided at no cost. $$$$ 

• Year-end performance bonus. $$$$ 

• Medical/Life Insurance. 

• Educational reimbursement up to $1,000 a year. 

• 16 paid days oil/ 8 paid holidays each year. 

• Complete workout room, sauna and jogging trails. 

• Close to 1-94 and 137. 

For consideration complete an application or send 
resume to our Human Resources Recruiting Center: 



Sliipping Supply Specialists 

950 Albrecht Drive 

Lake Bluff, IL 60044 

Fax: (888) 847-0354 



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We're A Perfect Pi! 



If you're ciisioincr-foctiswl 
ami sirfriiw nfwni service, you 
liuve ;i hriRlit future at Jockey 
iiUeniailuiial-aitappareJ 
industry leader and in iiovatnr 
for over 1 20 years. Join us al 
ourfiunwc, IL More for 
iwcepllwial cireer potential. 
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ASSISTANT MANAGER 
FLOOR SUPERVISOR 



You'll need I + years of 
Mipemsory experience In a 
retail environment as well as . 
strong leadership, mollraltonal 
and Interpersonal skills. A 
background In customer 
service Is essential. 

Apply in person al: 
Jockey, Gurnet Mills 
6170 W. Grand Ave., »589 
Gurncc, IL 60031 
or Call: (847)855-8511 
for more Information. An 
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SECURITY 
PROFESSIONALS 



Aworld leader in 

protective services 

has an excellent 

opportunity for 

dependable 

individuals in the 

Northern suburbs. 

• Mall security 

• Premier office 
locations 

Excellent wages & 
full benefits. 

For consideration, 
please call 

(630) 620-0273 

The Wackenhut 

Corporation 

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SERVICE TECHNICIAN 

Career opportunity with fire equip, co. in 

service depl. Past work exper, should 

demonstrate good customer relations skills: 

mechanically inclined; good drive record. 

Fill out application @ Atlas Martin Fire, 
3851 Clearview Court, Gurnee, 847-360-1333. 



| SCHOOL BUS DRIVER | 

Must have CDL License and School Bus Permit 
to drive a school bus in Illinois. Please send letter 
of Interest and resume to: 
Tina M. Delabrc 
Director of Transportation 
Warren Township High School 
500 N. OT'lainc Road 
Gumcc, IL 60031-2686 
847-599-4787 




HEAVY PRESS OPERATOR 

Growing Lake County manufacturing co. has an immediate 

opening for heavy press operator on its day shift. No prior 

experience necessary. We will train you. Applicant must 

have mechanical aptitude and reliable work history. 

Excellent starting wages and benefits available. 

Apply In person at; 

Air-Drlvo, inc. 

4070 Ryan Road 
Gurncc, IL 60031 



GENERAL OPERATIONS/DRIVERS 



Local printing firm is looking for energetic people to 
Till the following positions: 



FULL-TIME GENERAL OPERATIONS/ 
ROUTE DRIVERS 



Qualified candidate must be licensed, luvc their own vehicle 

and insurance. Will train for route delivery and General 

Operations duties. Earn jpnrox. S300.00 + weekly Including 

wage and mileage. Medical/dental insurance, pld 

holidays and vacations. 



PART-TIME DRIVERS 



Must be available lo do light pick-up and delivery using their 

own vehicle. Seniors and Moms welcome lo apply. Salary and 

liberal mileage paid. 

Please Call Ruth at 
(847) 244-742S after 10:00 A.M. 



ULINE IS GROWING! 



Uline- The Shipping Supply Specialists. Since 
1980 Uline has experienced strong growth. We 
now have 4 distribution centers across the 
county and a 5th on the way. Come and grow 
with us. 

Customer Service Reps. 

(AT OUR WAUKEGAN FACILITY) 

• Starting pay is $13.00 per hour $5 

• Hours: 10:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m. 

• Bonus, incentives, 401 k savings. $$$$ 

• Medical/Ufe insurance. 

• Educational reimbursement up to $1 ,000 a 
year. 

• 16 paid days off/ 8 paid holidays each year. 

• Complete workout room, sauna, and jogging 
trails. 

• Close to I-94 and 137. 

Requires: ^ 

• Ability to type 35+ wpm 

• Strong communication skills 

• College degree preferred 

For consideration complete an application or 
send resume to our Human Resources 
Recruiting Center: 



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950 Albrecht Drive 

Lake Bluff, IL 60044 

Fax: (888) 847-0354 



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223-3273 




WILDLIFE JOBS to 

S21.60/HR 

INC. BENEFITS. GAME 

WARDENS. SECURITY, 

MAINTENANCE, PARK 

RANGERS. NO EXP 

NEEDED. FOR APR AND 

EXAM INFO CALL 

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Insulation 

Installers 

Needed 

experience 
preferred, but wilt 

train if needed. 

Southern Wl & 
Northern IL area 

Builders 
Insulation 

81&-675-00S5 



[Retail 

J Part/Full Time 

I ASSISTANT 
MANAGER 

Flexible hours. 

Will train. 

Please call 

847-548-5676 

Christine's 

Frame & Art 



DRAFTSPERSON 

(Kitchen/Bath) 

Award winning, growing, 

North Shore luxury 
kiiclii'ii/luili di-sigiKT is 
seeking a draftspcram. 
AuloCatl 13. 1 year experi- 
ence, anil cabinet/related . . 
knowledge required. 
Excellent henv&Lv 

Rl\ resume lo 

IIR,W7/Vli-978I. 

(pickcllluilkk'rs.com) 



; Stalling Services ; 
Manager 

1 1 f yt m are a Sia/Ting Scntcc * 

■ Professional seeking a positive J 

• change in your career, wjiy not * 
J consider us? We are 

• Assured Staging and we 
I seek individuals who have 

S industry experience, hut are 
J looking for an opportunity lo 

• grow llii'ir professional career. • 
J Crow with a company that 

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• when serving lx>ih clients and 
J applicants. Our growth plans 
J call for i wo new positions. 

■ which Will k-ad lo llr.uidi 

S Manager rules in the southern J 
J Lake County market. If you 

■ haw cither temporary Maliing 

S or direct hire experience of at \ 
J least 5 years, you should give J 

• us a call. Excellent IwnefiLs 
i and above average 

J compensation are offered, A J 
t company car is provided after ti 
J completion of sLv mouths hi 
J llrjitch Manager capacity. 

To set up an interview, J 
J please personally contact J 
i Ms. Conner at 

J 847*381-5522 

or fax resume to 
I 8*7-277-0570 



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Our grim lh is UKir gain! Ursi 
Miihvesi Itank. Lake County's lead- 

ing hank gnmp. has a (treat 
nppununity for an experiencetl 

PERSONAL BANKER 
Cray slake Facility 

We seek someone with exc, 

c i Mo n iv r .service skills lo 

de\eln|Viiuiiiiain retail 

relaiioihlilps, College 

co'ursevvork or eipiiv. e\p.. along 

Willi eve. project ingnit .skills 

di-slred. Previous hanWng 

experience rvuulml. 

We are one of die top KM) 

companies in Chicago and moving 

up. We have over $5 billion In 

assets and serve over AS 

communities in Illinois. WeolTer 

an attractive loial compensation 

and benefits package. Fur 

Immediate consideration send or 

fax your resume lo: Human 

Resources, First Midwest Bank 

077 Lake- tew Parkwav. Suite 150 

Vernon Hills. IL dot* I 

FAX* Ktf-WK-JdW 

or call K-17-'>1K-AM>2 fur more 

Information. 

Visit our website at: 

wxvxv.fi rslinid* esl.com 

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A Gfouslaka Childcore Center 
is in need to fill the 
following positions 
•fiJ the Asat. Teacher for* 
infant roon 
•Lead Teacher in our 
preschool program 
♦Openera 7on.-12:30pjB; 
•Closers 3pra.-6prt, 
Greot CoHege Student Job 
Great pay end benefits/ 
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$500 Bonus 
Great Clips in 

Libertyville & 

Grayslafi G 

$ Hourly Wngo 

$ Incentives 

S Weekly Bonuses 

Plus Benefits 

UbcrtyxlUe (Karen) 575-1951 

Gravslakc (Carrie) 548-4084 



Early Childhood 
Teachers Needed 

al Villa"*.' Children 
Center in Lk. I Hull 
Sntnry bused on experi- 
ence & (|iitiliiiailiim 
finmed. opening 
Signing Bonus 
(847)205-1455 



SUPERIOR 
OPPORTUNITIES 

QflonTwSerocc. . .$20-$30K 
10 positions 

now available 

based on exp. 

C;tll today! 

244-0016 549-0016 

Gurnee Vernon Hills 
SUPERIOR PERSONNEL 



MAINTENANCE 



Exp. FT maintenance 
person for a medium 
sized, well-maintained 
apt. community. Must be 
knowledgeable in 
electric, plumbing. 
HVAC & general mainte- 
nance services. Excellent 

salary & benefits. 
FAX resume to HR Depl. 

847-263-9973 



Medical 

Receptionist 

needed full time 9-5 

for £Mundelein and 

1\.ound lake area 

'Physicians' office. 

Office skills 

necessary/experience 

a plus. OdllCaren- 

5464580 or 

5664300 

or fax resume to 

5464599 



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Cafeteria Cook] 
Dishwasher 

Forward resume lo: 

Grant Community 

High School 

Assistant Superintendent 

285 E. Grand Ave. 

Fox Lake. IL 60020 

Or call (847) 587-2581 

to receive an application 



Call Paula or Denise to 

place your ad. 

Call 847.223.8161 



Fast paced high 
school guidance 
office is seeking a 
full time (12 mos) 
secretary' Most 
possess organiza- 
tional and people 
skills. Word pro- 
cessing a MUST. 
Contact: 
Phyllis Fay 
847-395-1421 
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NO SELUNG 

NOTMLM 

HOME BASED BUSINESS. 

1-800-B82-5044 

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25 WORDS f 13 MILLION 
HOMES - GREAT RE- 
SULTS, You can market your 
product to 13 million house- 
holds throughout North Ameri- 
ca by placing your classified 
ad In more than 800 suburban 
newspapers, like this one for 
only $895. One phone call, 
one invoice, one low payment 
Is all It takes. Call the Subur- 
ban Classified Advertising Net- 
work fax-on-demand service 
600-356-2081 or 312-644- 
8610 x473i to speak with 
sales coordinator. 

HOME BASED AIR PURIFI- 
CATION $1000 + Per week. 
We'll Loan You $2744 or 
$2494 to get started. Call 
(688)245-5919. 



WORK FROM HOME 

PT/FT, $850-$7,200/monlii. 

Start immediately. 

Full Training Provided. 

Bonuses-Vacations. 

Free booklet call 

600-606-2168. 

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MEDICAL BILLING 

$45,000 +/Year. Training 
available, limited availability, 
computer required. Toll free 
80O-66O-2282 Ext. 550 

NEW YORK 
STOCK EXCHANGE 

COMPANY 

Seeking enorgotlc 

self-starters Independent 

representatives. 
The opportunity Is reel. 
The lime Is now. 
. For more Information, 
about an opportunity In 
one of the world's fastest- 
growing Industries call 
today (847)356-5160 or 
. www.excellr.com/chlp 



WANTED! 
STAY AT HOME 
MOMS OR DADS! 

If you're currently at home, 

or you'd like to be, we have 

the opportunity for you. 

Work PT/FT around your 

schedule and enjoy unlimited 

Income potential. Be part of 

the nutrition revolution as an 

Independent Reliv Distributor, 

Call for more Informallon. 

Scott Pome ranee 

Independent Reliv Distributor 

(647)945-2481 

MONEY BACK 

GUARANTEE. 




1 FULL-TIME, 1 Part-time 
opening. Cowland Home Day 
Care. DCFS liscensed. Wild- 
wood. (847)543-1672. 

ATTENTION MOMS) A 
Round Lake mother is avail- 
able to watch your child during 
work hours. Learning activi- 
ties, lunch, snacks, naptime 
and playtime. 'Excellent refer- 
ences. Call Patti (647) 
740-9415. 



BOOKS BY KIDS FORD 
KIDSl Incredible! HOOKS kids 
,lnto reading! Book sample 
only $4.00 [Includes M. sales 
tax, SAH). 1.000-789-5565, 
(847) 604-4166 or www .we: 
write.nel. 



CHRISTIAN MOM HAS 
OPENINGS for In home day- 
care, full or part-time, after 
schoolers welcome, call Tami 
(647) 638-3420. ', 



LOOKING FOR HOME 
DAYCARE? Now accepting 
ages Q-4yrs. For more info. 
call Michelle or Debbie (847) 
740-7004. 



CALLING ALL LAKE 
COUNTY MOM'S! 1! Bright 
Beginnings Family Day Care 
Network is looking for nurtur- 
ing, responsible, creative Indi- 
viduals who would like to start . 
their own business while stay- 
ing at home with their children. 
II you live In Lake ol McHenry 
County and would like assis- 
tance in getting licensed, on- 
going technical assistance, 
and child referrals this pro- 
gram is for you. For more infor- 
mation on how to become a 
quality infant and toddler day 
care provider In your home 
call Dona Thompson at (647) 
356-1021. 

LOVING BABYSITTER 

NEEDED for 9/month old fn 
our Wauconda home, approx- 
imately 4:30am-noon, Mon- 
day-Friday, hours may vary, 
experience and references re- 
gulred. (847) 487-2068. 

MOTHER OF 2 has 2-open- 
ings in her Round Lake Beach 
home. Large yard, plenty of in- 
door and outdoor activities for 
lots of fun in a small group set- 
ting. Any shift welcome. Rea- 
sonable rates. Meals and 
snacks Included. Please con- 
tact Joyce (847) 546- : 5542. 



MOTHER OF 2 will watch 
your children in my Round 
Lake Beach home, FT/PT, 
large fenced backyard and > 
toys. Meals and snacks includ- 
ed. (847) 740-4897. 

QUALITY CHILD CARE In 
my licensed Round Lake 
home, full-time, meats and 
snacks Included. Lots of TLC 
and activities. (847) 
546-5699. . •> 

SMALL HOME DAYCARE 
has openings for newborn- 
6yrs. Chlldcare experience, 
college educated mother ol 2. 
Educational activities and TLC 
provided. Call Eileen (847) 
740-^3953. 

STAY AT HOME MOM has 

openings In Antioch home, full- 
time, Monday-Friday. (847) 
83B-0454. _^^ 

THE KID'S KOTTAGE in 
Fox Lake has opening for your 
toddler, 2y rs. or older. C.F.A.S. 
& CPR certified. Structured en- 
vironment, state approved 
meals and plenty of TLC. Call 
for interview (847) 587-0543. 

WILL BABYSIT IN my v 
Round Lake Heights home. 
Infant-toddler. Years of experi- 
ence. Esther (847) 546-2989. 



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PIANO LESSONS 

IN MY LAKE VILLA HOME 

OPENINGS 

Now lor students 

6yrs, to adult. 

Over 25y rs. experience. 

REASONABLE RATES. 

(847) 356-2730. 




AUGUST 14TH & 15th 1000 
Lot Antique Toy, Doll, Train 
Auction. No reserve. Crown 
Plaza, Springfield, Illinois. 
10am both days. Listing/full 
color catalogue available. Call 
217-351-9437. 




BLOWOUTI STEEL BUILD- 
ING CLEARANCE. ..All root 
pitches, 25x30, $3,300, 
25x40, 53,900, 30x40, 
r $5,300, 35x50. S6.700, 
40x60, $8,200. 45x00, 
$12,000. Others. Ploneer...1- 
800-813-1 35B, oxt. 100 
www.usmb.com 

STEEL BUILDINGS SALE: 
40x60x14, $9,094. 50x75x14, 
$12,275. 50x100x16, 
SI6.879. 60x100x16, $18,261. 
Mini-storage* buildings, 
40x160. 32 units, $16,914. 
Free brochures, www.sentinel- 
buildings.com. Sentinel Build- 
ings, 800-327-0790. Exten- 
slon 79. 

STEEL BUILDINGS - 5 
only! 25x40, 30x60, 45x90, 
50x140.' "Sold" Must move 
now! Will sell for balance 
owed/Free Delivery! 1-800- 
411-5866x25 

STEEL BUILDINGS - Don't 
settle for less. Buy the #1 Arch 
Steel Building. Factory Direct 
Savings. 25x28, 30x42, 
40x64, 50x110. Call 1-800- 
341-7007. www.steelmasteru- 
sa.com 

STEEL BUILDINGS. IN- 
CREDIBLE SAVINGS! 30x40 
THROUGH 100x200. SAVE 
1 THOUSANDS. ALLSTAR 
CONST. (847) 404-6936. 

USED GARAGE DOORS: 
10x11 Wayne Dalton Metal 
with • Reg and tow clearance 
hardware (used iyr.). $500. 
10x10 wood panel door. S250. 
8'6"x9 roll up metal door, 
$150. Used metal barn siding, 
36 pieces, 30'x16ft. (approx- 
imately 40sq.fl. each or 
1440sq.lt. total) $12.00 each 
or S400.00 all. One 5- 
1/2"x16ft. wood pole, $20.00 
Evenings (847) 395-6311. 

VINYL WINDOWS, MANY 
sizes to choose from. New 
Weathershieid and Simenton 
windows. Call Chris or Donna 
(847)740-8463. 




■ Business 

'''* Office Equipment 




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Farm Guide 



SALE HAY BALERS and 
N.H. 269, $500. 1.H. 430, $700. 
J.D., 24T, $600, etc, N.H. Hay- 
bines, $700 up. Hellion 1091, 
$1400. P.T. 7, J.D., $500, N.I, 
and Gohl, Hefiion and I.H.C. 
round balers, $2,000 up. 
Rakes N.I. $500-$700, N.H. 
$850 up, J.D. $600 up, etc. Ele- 
vators S250-SG50. Roller con- 
veyors, circle rakes, wagons, 
mowers, crimpers, blowers, 
corn hog, green choppers, 
corn and hay choppers, rotery 
mowers, 4ft.-14ft. Molt mow- 
ers, sprayers, manuer spread- 
ers, trailers, $850 up. Grain 
drill, grain auger, 3pt. equip- 
ment, disks, drags, roller har- 
row, Bobcat 500, Olivor 88, 
MF 85, Cub lowboy. (414) 
878-2295 or 1-800-894-2295. 




, FAX MACHINE CANON 
CFX-L3500 laser multifunction 
system. Brand new in box. A 
PC fax you can print, fax, scan 
and use telephone with. $795. 
(414)657-9346. 

INCREASE YOUR SALES 
30%- 100%. TAKE OVER 
LEASE ON PROCESSING 
EQUIPMENT FOR CRED- 
IT CARD SALES. CALL 
CARL (847) 392-4215. 



GARAGE SALE 845 Merrill, 
Graysiake. 2-queen bedroom 
sets, 200 chltdrens books, 
toys, puzzles, clothing and 
much more. Friday & Satur- 
day, Bam-4pm, 

GARAGE SALE 850 Bon- 
nlobrook. Mundeleln (near Rt. 
176 & Midlothian). Furniture, 
household items, clothes, etc. 
Friday 7/30. Saturday 7/31, 
9am-4pm. 



GARAGE SALE FRIDAY 
7/30, Saturday 7/31, 9am- 
4pm, 110 Forest Ave., Fox 
Lake. TV stand, table, ap- 
pliances, dishes, jewelry, 
baby, children, adult clothes, 
blankets, bed frame, light fix- 
ture, toys, playpen, (Beanies 
Babies on Saturday only). 



GARAGE/MOVING SALE 
HUNT Club Farms, 36685 N. 
Devon Ct., Wadsworth, Satur- 
day, 7/31, 8am-4pm. Antique 
furniture and collectibles, 
granite pillars, old pedal or- 
gan, brass coal rack, etched 
glass top table, books, house- 
hold miscellaneous. 



GRAYSLAKE 17419 

WOODLAND Dr. (North of 
120 and Hunt Club), 8/5 and 
8/6, 8am-4om. 



GRAYSLAKE 

SHEPHERD OF THE 

LAKES CHURCH 

285 Washington 

(West of 83).. 

Thursday, 7/29, 5pm-8pm. 

Friday, 7/30, 9am-5pm, 

Saturday, 7/31 , 9am-2pm. 

Great bargains. 

Food Availalbe 

Friday and Saturday. 

LARGE MULTI-FAMILY 

GARAGE SALE. Everything 
must go. August 6th & 7th, 
8am-noon. 989 Victoria St., 
Antioch (Victoria & Wilton). 



COMPUTE TH1S1 FULLY 
loaded pentium computers 
under $1.00/day. Purchasol 
Not a leasel Highest Quali- 
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Choice Computers 1-800-304- 
5300 X1011 www.qmcholce- 
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Garage/Rummage 
Sale 



SUBDIVISION GARAGE 

SALE HUGE MULTI-FAMI- 
LY SALE. "Fields of Ambria" 
Subdivision. Thursday, Friday, 
Saturday, July 29, 30, 31, 
9am-4pm, (Midlothian Rd. bet- 
ween Rt. 176 & Winchester 
Rd,}, Mundeleln, Illinois. Furni- 
ture, collectibles, clothing, 
computer equipment, toys, an- 
tiques and more. 



THE GLORIOUS DAYS 

OF SUMMER ARE 

COMING. 

The stuff in the garage is like 

money in the bank. 

Clean out your garage and 

have a garage sale by 

advertising in 

Lakeland, 

Great Lakes Bulletin, _■ 

THE MARKET 

JOURNAL. 

Buy One Week at S19.75 in 

all our papers. 

Get Second Week FREE. 

Must be prepaid on 

Visa, Mastercard or Discover. 

Just one quick phono call 

(847) 223-8161 oxt. 140 

Will get your ad In for two 

weeks. 

CALLTODAYll 



AFTER YOU'VE HAD 
YOUR BIG SALE, and there 
Is still things that just did not 
go.,.. Call US at LAKELAND 
Newspapers and run it 
under the "FREE or Givea- 
ways" classified column. FREE 
ADS are NO CHARGEI 
(847) 223-8161, ext. 140. 



Garage Sale/Yard Sale 

Make 
MORE $$$ 

at your garage sale, 
yard sale or flea market. 

EASY MONEY! 

Just distribute our 

fliers at your sale!! 

Call* Dan or Geri 

847-244-5690 



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Hones & Tacks 



1BYR. GRADE TENN. 
WALKER MARE, 15.1 H, red 
bay, great looks, good gait. 
Used as brood mare. Intmed. 
rider req. $1,200/best. (847) 
356-3098 after 6pm. 

ARABIAN GELDING 

CLASS A looks, Babson 
Bloodlines, sensible, quiet, 
tall, 10yr. old. Other Individuals 
lor sale. (414)835-1063. 

HAY FOR SALE 1st, cutting, 
$2 per bale. Delivery available. 
Call (847) 395-8520 or (414) 
862-742B. 

HAY, VERY GOOD quality 
1st. cutting, grass and alfalfa 
mix, $l.75/balo. No rain. (414) 
537-2865 after 5pm. 

MORAB/TB FILLY 1998. 
Gruilla with a star. Should ma- 
lure around 16 H.H. Very ath- 
letic! Will do well in any sport. 
Imprinted P.H.R., $2,000. 
(414) 767-1084 

MUST SELLI 14YR. old Ara- 
bian gelding, professionally 
trained, English/Western, 
good 4-H prospect or trails, 
exp. rider, $2,500. (815) 
675-2335. 

SADDLE SHOP HORSE 
trailers. Western/English, 
new/used. Buy, sell, Irade. The 
Corral, Sullivan, Wisconsin, 
(414) 593-8048. 



340 



Household Goods 
Furniture 



40" SQUARE GLASS Top 

Wrought Iron table set. 4 
chairs, $125.00. Call (847) 
926-0735 ■ 

DESIGNER MODEL 

HOMES FURNITURE 

CLEARANCE! 

Sofa/loveseat sel, 

hunter green, $495. 

Sofa, white, $350. 

Sofa/loveseat, 

earth tones, $595. 

Also: Plaids, Florals, 

Leathers and More. 

Diningroom sets, 10-piece: 

Cherry. $1,395. 

Mahogany, 52,395. 

Oak $1,695. 

Other sets available. 

Also: Bedroom Sets, 

from S995. 

(847) 329-41 19. 

www.modelhomefumitu re.com 

DINING AND DINETTE 
SETS, assorted desks and as- 
sorted light fixtures, grandfa- 
ther clock, armolres and as- 
sorted couches with love- 
seals. By owner. (847) 
438-6997. 

DININGROOM SET 6- 
CHAIRS, china cabinet, 
$275. Parlor furniture, table, 
Steiffel lamps, 2-chairs, 2- 
piece sectional sofa, $350. 
(414) 862-2504. 

DININGROOM SET 
CHINA cabinet, table with 3 
leafs, 4 -chairs, table pads and 
table clothes. Very good condi- 
tion. $600/best. (B47) 548- 
9858. 

FURNACE 80,000 BTU, 
5yrs. old, runs great, 
$250/firm. (847) 244-2353. 

OFF WHITE COUCH with 
queenslze sleeper and love- 
seat, $350. Oak kitchen sel 
with 4-chalrs, S150. Glass bis- 
tro set, with 2-chalrs. $50. 
Take all for $500. (847) 
265-7208. 

RCA CAMCORDER 

COLOR with battery and 
charger, built-in light, 
$300/best. (847) 263-1646. 

TWO WHITE LOVESEATS 
with matching gla3s/brass end 
tables, cocktail table and 
lamps. Like new, $750. Cactus 
lamp set, $150. 2-end, 1-lioor. 
Computer desk and hutch, 
550. (815) 363-4022 leave 
message. 

WATERBEDS (2), QUEEN 
size, both wjth headboards. 
Best offer. (414)'652-3150. 



340 



Household 
floods/ Furniture 



THREE NEW WOOD 
DOORS 80"x29". Aluminum 
fluorescent lights. Best offers. 
(847) 566-099O. 




'Pulverized Top Soil", 

sand, gravol, boldors, mulch, 
wood chips, Bobcat service, 
power washing, soowplowing. 
Delivery wihin 24 hours. Call 
(847)244-4125 

417D JACOBSEN TUHF 
Cat mower, 60" deck, 52" 
snow-blower, resident uso 
only, SSOhre., well maintained, 
(414) 681-1579 ofter 5pm. 

REAR ROTTO TILLER, 
hardly used, like new. (847) 
356-5180. 

USED LAWN MOWERS, 
Starting at $40. (847) 740- 
2415. 




WESTERN WEDDING 

DRESS and handmade hat 
with 4ft. veil, size 7/8, reason- 
able price. (B4 7) 838-5793. 




1/4 SCALE RC OFF ROAD 
STADIUM TRUCK, 55cc 2 
stroke Inflatable tires, I6ln- 
Hx201nWx42lnL. Very fast. 
Call (or Info (847) 338-6843. 

18" DIRECTTV SATEL- 
LITE SYSTEMS. Single 
$69.00. Two box systems 
$199.00. 3 months free pro- 
gramming. Free Install kit with 
purchase. Authorized dealer. 
Open 7 days. 1-800-325-7836 
#00111. (SCA Network). 

BEANIE/COLLECTIBLE 
DISPLAY CASES. Variety of 
sizes, styles, options. Floor, 
wall, table, travel models. Cat- 
alog $2.00, refundable 
with/purchase, Visa, Master- 
card. (414) 857-2915. P. 0. 
Box 253. Somors. Wise. 53171. 

COMPUTE THISI FULLY 
loaded pantium computers 
under Sl.OO/day. Purchase! 
Nol a lease! Highest quali- 
ty/low rates. America's choice 

COmpUtOrs 1-800-304-5300 

x 1 01 1 www.amchoicecomput- 
ers.com Member BBB "oac 
(SCA Network). 

FOR SALE ARTIFICIAL 7ft. 
Xmas tree, stand, lights, all 
trimmings, 560. Sigma 6-string 
acoustic guitar, est. 1970, $80. 
(847) 973-2764. 

FRIENDLY TOYS & GIFTS 
has openings for party demon- 
strators & managers! Home 
decor, gifts, toys, Christmas. 
Earn cash, trips, recognition. 
Free catalog, Information 1- 
600-4B8-467S. 

KITCHENA1D ELECTRIC 
DRYER AND WASHER, 3- 
speed bike (ladles), Litton mi- 
crowave and hutch. (414) 
654-7688. 

MOTIVATIONAL CAS- 
SETTES, excellent condition. 
Over $500 value. Best offer. 
(847) 516-3425. . 

SAVE 25% TO 75% on 
trains, planes and automobile 
model kits. New releases and 
hard to (ind. For current cata- 
log, send request and $3.00 
S/H to: A & M Hobbles and Col- 
lectibles, 9700 NE 19th Suite 
99, Midwest City. Ok. 73141. 

SCOOTER, ELECTRIC, 

LIKE new, S1,000/firm, paid 
$2,100. Dog pen, $75. (414) 
884-0625 before 8pm. 

STEEL ELECTRICAL 
LIGHTING POLES, 20ft., 
30ft. & 50ft. long. For Informa- 
tion (847) 742-5556. 

WOLFF TANNING BEDS. 

TAN AT HOME, Buy DIRECT 
and SAVE I Commercial/home 
units from $199. Low monthly 
payments. FREE color cata- 
log, Call today 1-800-842- 
1310. 



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Medical Equip 
Supplies 



HOSPITAL BED, FULLY 

automatic, used 2yrs., $600. 
Handicapped grab bars (2) 
36in., (2) 24in„ $400 for all. 
Call after 5pm (847) 
526-2546 leave message. 



358 



Musical Instruments 



BAND INSTRUMENTS YA- 
MAHA YAS23, Alto Sax, ex- 
cellent condition, $500. Totally 
repadded Selmer Signet clari- 
net, $390, King trombone, 
$175, 60 day repair warranty. 
(847)356-3621. 



360 



Pets & Supplies 



AIREDALE PUP, MALE, 
bred for beauty and brains, 
homo raisod In Kenosha, Wl. 

(414)658-8927. 

AKC CHAMPION OFA 
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, 
8/weoks, guaranteed 

health/hips and temporament, 
some long hair, beautiful. 
$350-S800, (414)857-2163. 

ARAS K9 
PET GROOMING 

Certified Master Groomer. 

Board Certified Groomer. 

All dogs $20. 

Dog training. 

Certified master trainer. 

Open 7 days 7:30am-6pm. 

After hours by appointment. 

(847)546-1922. 

BEAGLE PUPPIES, 3-FE- 
MALES, 1-male, with papers, 
vet checked, 1st. shots, 
wormed, $350/oa. (847) 
356-7811 leave message. 

CHOW PUPS, BLACK, 

$150. Mother and father avail- 
Oble. (414) 654-6513. 

DOG SITTING 

IN MY HOME, 

State licensed. 

Reasonable Rates. 

Call Florence (847) 966-6319. 

DOG TRAINING-INDIVID- 
UAL DOG and puppy class- 
es. Poo Supplies . Deja Vue 
Canine Enterprises. (414) 
694-7391 or e-mail 
dolaweh@ix.netcom.com. 

ENGLISH SETTER PUP- 
PIES, born 5/9, excellent 
hunters, health guaranteed, 
vet checked and 1st. shots, 
$250. (815) 923-2050. 

OLD ENGLISH MASTIFF 
PUPPIES, Champion blood- 
lines, all colors, $1,000- 
$1,500. Ready July 31. (847) 
746-2193. 

POODLE PUPS AKC TOYS, 
selectively bred, colors, vel 
checked, clean, females- 
$350, males-$225. (608) 
524-3669. 



364 



Restaurant 
Equipment 



CAPPUCCINO MACHINE, 
COMMERCIAL grade. New 
La Spazlale Sololron fully . 
auto, ono group with grlndor, 
cappuccino and espresso 
cups. $1,500 lifetime guaran- 
too on boiler. (847) 973-9360. 

FOOD SERVICE EQUIP- 
MENT, propane gas broiler, 
a large propane Keating fryer, 
propane gas stove, large re- 
frigerator freezer, 3-propane 
tanks. Please call Bernie (847) 
395-6474, (847) 395-7147. 




TEN INCH RADIAL 

CRAFTSMAN SAW with 
base and drawers, In good op- 
erating condition, $250/best. 
(847) 395-8312. 



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Wanted To Buy 



BUYING RETIRED BEAN- 
IE BABIES. Please call Mike 
after 7pm weekdays or all day 
weekends (847) 9180337. 

Slot Machines WANTED- 
ANY CONDITION- or 
Parts. Also JUKE BOXES, 
MUSIC BOXES, Nickelo- 
deon and Coke Machines. 
Paying CASH! Call 
(630)985-2742. ', 

WANTED TO BUY 1-10 
acres near Ill/Wise, border, to 
build storage building. Ask for 
Jared (414) 862-2517. 



500 


Homes For Sale 



ALDEN, ILL. 5.14 acres, 

totally remodeled 1,900 sq.ft. 
home, 4-bedrooms, 1-3/4 
baths, fireplace. 2,5 car ga- 
rage. $197,000. (815) 

648-2960. 

ANTIOCH 26324 SHAN- 
NON AVE. STARTER OR 
RETIREMENT HOME, 4- 
room, 1 -bedroom, can be 
made Into 2-bedroom, com- 
pletely remodeled and updat- 
ed, oversized 2-1/2 car ga- 
rage, with full loft. Lakerlghls. 
$108,000/best. (847) 
245-8962. 

ANTIOCH CUSTOM EXEC- 
UTIVE Brick Ranch, on beau- 
tllully landscaped acre, 4/5 
bedroom,- 4-baths, 2-1/2 car 
garage, forma! living room/di- 
ningroom, familyroom with 
brick fireplace, designer kitch- 
en with island, separate eating 
area, lower level with second 
kitchen, bath, familyroom, 
gameroom/bedroom, possible 
In-law. $324,900. (847) 
395-1997. 



500 



I [nines For. Sale' 



BEST VALUE IN LAKE 
COUNTY. Round Lako Park 
contemporary, 2-story, 4-bed- 
room, 2,5 baths, 2400sq.fl. 
Must see. Full finished base- 
ment, bllliardroom, glass block 
wet bar. Basement adds 
another 1 .000sq.lt. 7yrs. 
young, $175,000, For Sato By 
Owner, (847) 740^087. 

BURLINGTON TOWN- 
HOUSE 2-UNITS at 
1,850sq.ft. each, 3-bedrooms, 
2.5 baths, 2-car attached ga- 
rages, private wooded roar 
yard, will soil one or both. 
$H2,O00/ea. (414) 
763-6365. 

BY OWNER HERON HAR- 
BOR SUBDIVISION, ANTI- 
OCH 4-bodrooms, 2-1/2 
baths, C/A, large patio, big 
yard, full basement, $218,000. 
(647) 838-4946, 

BY OWNER LAKE VILLA Im- 
maculate 10yr. old 3-bed- 
room, cedar home, on 1/2 
acre wooded corner lot. Great 
schools, lakorights, must see. 
$185,000. (847) 587-6011, 
25220 W. Lincoln Dr. 

BY OWNER- LAKE Villa, 3 
bedroom, 2 bath, quad level. 
living. room, dining room, eat- 
In kitchen, family room, central 
air, fireplace, fenced yard, pa- 
tio, attached garage, 2.5 car, 
close to Melra. (847) 
356-5628 

DIAMOND LAKE LAKE- 
FRONT 4-bedroom, 2.5 bath 
home. Many special features. 
Four season recreation. 

$339,900. (847) 566-7768. 

ELK GROVE BY OWNER 5- 
bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths, living- 
room, diningroom, familyroom 
with fireplace, $259,900. (847) 
524-2730. 

FOR SALE BY Owner - All 
brick ranch on wooded 1.16 
acre In Spring Grove, 2 bed- 
room, 2 bath, full basement, 3 
garage, & out building, low tax- 
es, excellent condition, asking 
$149,000. No Brokers or Real- 
tors. Call (815) 675-2748 or 
(847)356-3910. 

REDUCEDI BY OWNER 
FOX LAKE 2-story, 2-bed- 
room, 1-1/2 bath, kitchen pan- 
try, livingroom/dlnlngroom, 
'utllltyroom, 2-1/2 car garage, 
$117.900.(847)973-2717. 

FOR SALE BY OWNER 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 3- 
bedroom ranch. 1-bath. eat-in 
kitchen, full basement with fa- 
milyroom, central air, gas fire- 
place, all appliances, ceiling 
fans, skylights, patio door to 
decks. 3-blocks from Beach 
Elementary School, 2-1/2 car 
heated garage with workshop. 
Ready to move in. Call for ap- 
pointment. (847) 546-1544. 

FORTY ACRES, LARGE 4- 
bedroom, 3-bath home, office 
space or extra bedroom with 
living area. 2-nalural fire- 
places, 2-large pote barns, 
horses OK, $330,000. (414) 
878-3487. 



FOUR BEDROOM, 2- 
BATH bilck ranch on 1+acro. 
Newly rnmodeled kitchen, 
$IU4.£00. Call for details after 
6pm weekdays or leave mes- 
sage anytime (847) 
223-0746. 



GRAYSLAKE • 3 bod- 
rooms, 2 baths, finished family 
room, fireplace, hardwood 
doors, Berber carpeting. 
Large woodsy lot. Walk to hig- 
school. Reduced to $154,900. 
Call (847) 543-4023 for ap- 
pointment. 



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Homes For Sale 



GRAYSLAKE AREA 

(HAINESVILLE) BACKS 

TO GORGEOUS WE- 
TLANDS & PONDI Ac- 

climod Graysiake Schools! 
Beautiful 2-story 4BD, 2- 
1/2BA. 2088sq. ft., L/R, D/R, 
F/R, large eat-In kitchen, 1st. 
floor utllityroom, partially fin- 
ished basement, 2-car ga- 
rage, fenced yard. Very sate, 
quiet street. Built 1996. EX- 
CELLENT FINANCING OP- 
' TIONS AVAILABLE-IN- 

CLUDING "0%" DOWNI Will 
co-op @ 2%. By owner. 
$199,700.(847)548-6383, 

GURNEE -BY OWNER, 
1626 Vineyard Dr. 4 bed- 
rooms, 2.5 baths, living room/ 
dining room, family room with 
wood-burning fireplace and 
hardwood floors. 1st floor 
laundry, Mil basemanl. 
Minutes from tollway. 
$199,000, (847)223-2243 



GURNEE 2-STORY ALL 

brick and slucco, 2-car at- 
tached garage, 5-bodrooms, 
4-baths, familyroom, formal di- 
ningroom, oak staircase and 
trim, 2 masonry fireplaces, 
laundryroom, full basement. 
Very attractive home in nice lo- 
cation, $335,000, (847) 
623-2870, 

GURNEE 3-BEDROOM, 1- 
1/2 bath ranch, central air, up- 
dates include: now water heat- 
er, roof, vinyl siding, Berber 
carpet, tile floors, now paint, 
all white appliances will stay, 
60x1 60ft. troo lined yard, 1* 
1/2 car garage. Realtors wel- 
come at 3%. $128,500. (847) 
265-9002. 

GURNEE LOVELY 3-BED- 
ROOM, 2-1/2 bath, updated 
kitchen, basement, attached 2- 
car garage, 1BD0sq.ll., ap- 
pliances and more. In quiet 
neighborhood. Pro-approved 
and no contingencies. 
$190.000. (847) 336-5607. 

GURNEE Adorable 1/2 acre 
wooded, mature perennials, 
low taxes, 3-bodrooms, 2- 
baths, 2-1/2 detached garage, 
$179,900.(847)244-3422. 

GURNEE UPDATED TRI- 
LEVEL, walk to schools, Dis- 
trict 56. New floors, deck, C/A, 
fenced yard, $165,000, (847) 
263-5036. 

HANDYMAN/REHABBERS 
2-BEDROOM, 75-80% fin- 
ished, Round Lake Beach, 
Graysiake School District, 
$57.50O/best. (847) 223-0414 
or (847) 587-1291. 

HOME FOR SALE BY 
OWNER Antioch! Great loca- 
tion, close to schools and 
shopping, quiet cut-de-sac, 
maintenance free brick ranch, 
all exposed areas clad in alu- 
minum. 2-large bedrooms, 2- 
balhs (1 -handicapped), living - 
room/dinlngroom, laundry- 
room, attached garage, large 
yard. This home Is 1 Immacu- 
late. Immediate possession. 
This will go fast @ $149,900. 
(847)356-2417. 

HOUSE FOR SALE 3-bed- 
room, 2-story, full basement, 
new 2-1/2 car attached ga- 
rage on 2 lots, furnace, and 
C/A iyr. old, 2yr. old siding, .a 
new deck. $119,000. (414) 
876-9709. 

ISLAND LAKE WEST- 
RIDGE SUBDIVISION 
Newer beautiful ranch, 3-bed- 
rooms, 2-baths. familyroom, 
- deck, targe yard, neutral 
decor, $159,900 or rent to pur- 
chase. (847) 487-4279. 

JUST REDUCED GAGES 

Lake For Sale by owner. Lak- 
erights, 3-bedroom, 1-balh 
ranch, tow taxes, new carpet, 
ready to move in, deck on 
front, screened porch on 
back, 1-1/2 car garage, 
$111,500.(847)223-1926. 



KENOSHA SOUTH SIDE 3- 
bedroom, 2-bath, 1227sq.lt., 
full finished basement, new 
roof, furnace, paint. Near Gre- 
wenow Elementary School. 
Great neighborhood. 

$106,000. (414)657-1961. 



KENOSHA, WISCONSIN 3- 
BEDROOMS, 2-1/2 car ga- 
rage, new wind- 
ows/doors/roof, large lot and 
spa, $128,000. (414) 
694-0170. 



KENOSHA, WISCONSIN 
BY OWNER, 3805 29th Ave., 
brick ranch with fenced yard. 
Nonconforming two unit or 
mother-in-law apartment, 2- 
bedrooms, 2-car garage, 2- 
additional bedrooms, bath, 
kitchen and livingroom In 
basement, $1 17,000. (414) 
657-9166. 



LAKE 3LUFF 4-BED- 
ROOM, 3-bath, 29732 Bui- 
teryfly CI. finished walk-out 
basement, on premium lot 
$375,000. (847) 735-8189 



LAKE VILLA 3-BED- 

ROOM, 2-bath quad level on 
2-lots, 2-car garage, above 
ground pool, room off deck 
with hot tub, lakerlghls to 
Chain, $169,900. (847) 
356-8363. 



LAKE VILLA NEWER raised 
ranch, 3-bedrooms, 2-baths, 
C/A, fireplace, cathedral cell' 
Ings, corner of Genoa and 
Granada, Lake villa 
$155,900.(847)356-2506 



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ILIBERTYVILLE 423 AMES 
lOwnor financing possible, 3- 
Ibedrooms, 1*1/2 baths, ga- 
rage, $224,900. (847) 
[ 362-2833. 

LINDENHURST COUN- 

TRY PLACE BY OWNER 2- 

jstary townhouso, .beautifully 
decorated, neutral colors, 3- 
bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths, with 

[loft, IMngroom with fireplace, 
large kitchen with nook, all ap- 
pliances, many upgrades, at- 
tached 2-car garage, 2-1/2yrs. 
old. (847) 285-2183. 

LINDENHURST LAKE- 
FRONT PROPERTY NEW 
CONSTRUCTION CUS- 
TOM BUILT HOME 4-bed- 
room, full basement, formal 
living and diningroom, family- 
room with fireplace, large 
kitchen with island, master 
suite features whirlpool tub 
and cathedral celling, 2-story 
foyer, hardwood floors, 9ft. 
ceilings!', close to forest pre- 
serve, $329,000. (847) 
356-0962. 

MUNDELEIN HIGH VIS- 
IBILITY location, excellent 
commercial potential, located 
on major thoroughfare, 
880sq.ft., 50fl.x1 50ft. site, 2- 
bedroom, 1-balh, full unfin- 
ished basement, 1-car de- 
tached garage, new roof, new 
bath, all new Insulated wind- 
ows, new furnace, new C/A/C, 
modern kitchen, 0.6mi. to Me- 
tra. $130,000. (847) 
949-5327. 

NEAR GURNEE, ILLINOIS 
BY OWNER Immaculate 4- 
bedroom. 2.5 bath, loft, baso- 
mont. bar, fireplace. C/A, 

deck, fenced rear, S1 98,000. 
■ $12,000 below market. (847) 
1 81 6-3798. Realtor gets In July. 

Possible owner financing. 

PETITE LAKE CHANNEL 
FRONT HOME on 3 lots, 2- 
bedroom, 1-bath, air, fire- 
place, 2-1/2 car garage, hot 
tub in large deck, all applianc- 
es included, very own boat 
ramp. $187,000. (847) 
838-6008. ' 

ROUND LAKE BEACH - For 
sale by owner. No bank fi- 
nancing neccessary. Only 
$4,500 down. 3 bedroom, 2 
bath. Split level. Fireplace In 
family room. 2 car garage. 
Call (630) 375-7442 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 231 
Wild wood Dr., 3- bed room trl- 
level, built 1992, great condi- 
tion, early closing bonus, 
broker co-op, $107,500. (847) 
546-8947. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 3- 

bedroom ranch, 2-full baths, 
full finished basement, nicely 
landscaped, deck off bed- 
room, shed, fenced yard. Lots 
of added extras, $103,900. 
(847) 740-3350. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH BY 

OWNER 2-bedroom house, 
1-bath, totally rehabbed. New 
appliances (dish, oven, ref., 
washer/dryer, micro), new 
kitchen, llvlngroom, dining- 
room, big lot, large deck. Ap- 
praised for $87,000 
$67,000 or best reasonable 
offer. Inspection Saturday- 
Sunday, I0am-5pm. House 
will be sold by Sunday night to 
highest bidder. (847) 
526-0572. 

ROUND . LAKE EXCEL- 
LENT bargain. Broker/owner 
liquidating 5yr. old main- 
tenance free home. 3-bed- 
rooms, 2-baths, garage, roc- 
room and much more. Must 
see to believe. Must go. Priced 
below market value, 
$122,900. (847) 546-8730. 



ROUND LAKE PARK 
2+bedroom, 1-bath, new 
plumbing, siding, water heat- 
er, ready to move in, 1 -block 
lo lake, 1-car garage, 6-car 
driveway. Good starter or In- 
come property. $78,500. (847) 
302-0589. 



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Homes For Sale 



ROUND LAKE PARK Excep- 
tionally nice 3-bedroom, 2.5 
bath, plus loft, bright and airy, 
9ft. ceilings main floor, many 
upgrades, boat slip, $179,500. 
(847)546-7090. 

ROUND LAKE 

TOWNHOUSE 

2-bedroorh 2-balh, ; 

recent construction, 

$110,500. 

For rent $1,050/month.. 

Special financing available. 

277 Treehouse Ln. 
C21 (773)' 506-21 21. ex!32 

COUNTRY SCHOOL 

HOUSE brick uniquely remo- 
deled duplex, 1.6 acre mini 
farm. Upper 2,01 6sq.fi., 3- bed- 
rooms, 1-1/2 - baths, fire- 
places,; spiral staircase, at- 
tached' deck with outside hot 
tub. Lower 1,240sq.ft., 2-bed- 
room, 1-bath, fireplace, 
1,240sq.ft., 1-car brick garage/ 
30x30 2 -stall horse barn. 
Racine County. By owner. 
$235,000. (414) 835-2349. 

SOUTHSIDE 3-BEDROOM 
RANCH, with recroom In 
basement, newer carpeting In 
IMngroom, hardwood floors In 
bedrooms, oversized garage. . 
Many extras. (414) 694-5896 
for appointment. ■ 

SPRING GROVE WATER- 
FRONT, nice 1 -bedroom cot- 
tage with fireplace, also large 
fenced-in backyard, plus. boat 
dock, owner * financing, 
$89,900. 25% down, 
$750/month. (847) 988-2078. 

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■ Union Grove 
Mobile Home 
Hickory Haven North, 1993 
16'x80' Marshfield, 3 bed- 
rooms, 2 baths, new central 
air, flrplace with accessories, 
ALL appliances, shed, deck 
with swing. Must Sell! 
$48,900. (414) 678-9732 

VA/HUD REPOS1 

New lists weekly. ■. • ■ 

Call Ryan & Co., Realtors 

•Your Repo Specialists." 

(847) 526-0300. 

VINTAGE BEAUTY, 
GREAT Waukegan neighbor- 
hood, 3-bedrqoms, hardwood 
floors and trim, fireplace, cen- 
tral air, $134,900. (847) 
662-5942. 

WADSWORTH 3-BED- 
ROOM BRICK ranch, 2- 
baths, 2-flreplaces, finished 
basement, 1-car garage, 
horses allowed, 2-acres back- 
ing up to forest preserve and 
trails, . $225,000. (847) 
838-2527. ■ 

WATER RIGHTS ON PIS- 
TAKEE LAKE, CROCHETT 
ESTATES, 8-room ranch, 3- 
bedrooms, 2-baths plus laun- 
dryroom, all newly remodeled, 
attached heated garage, low 
maintenance yard and shed; 
recent updates Include: new 
furnace, new appliances. Must 
sell, $117,500. (847) 
587-6452. ■ 

WAUCONDA 3-BED- 
ROOM, 1-1/2 bath, hard- 
wood floors, Interior updates, 
lake/beach rights, needs exte- 
rior updating. $112,400. (847) 
526-1899. 

WAUCONDA FOR SALE by 
owner, 4-bedroom, 2-1/2 bath. 
Call for Info. Days (847) 296- 
0302, evenings (847) 
526-4522, ask for Mike. 



ZION CUTE 3-BEDROOM, 
hardwood floors, big base- 
ment, large yard, perfect in- 
vestment home, 7% assunv 
able. (708) 598-0858, 



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Grayslake, Waukegan, Zion, 

Round Lake & oilier 

surrounding areas. 

From $49,000 & up. 

Low Down/Make Oiler 

. WesteiuRealty , 
IL 630-495-6100 J 



JUST LISTEDI!! 

Desirable. 2 Story in" 

Gurnee 

Mint Condition!! 

Only $158,900. 
So much for so tittle. 
Spacious 3 bedroom, 
2 story with 3 full baths 
and a full finished base- 
ment. Attached 2 car 
garage, central air, 
sunken living room 
with fireplace. Newer 
gas furnace, new siding 
and deck. A Must See!!! 
Ask for Brenda. 

CORNERSTONE 

REALTY 

(847) 872-1515/8991 




WAUKEGAN 1701 PAR- 
TRIDGE, 3-bedroom, totally 
rehabbed, full basement, A/C, 
$99,000. OPEN HOUSE SUN- 
DAY 1pm-3pm. (847) 
662-6614, (847) 334-8614. 

WAUKEGAN 2105 CRES- 
CENT, No money down. 4- 
bedroom brick ranch, com- 
pletely remodeled and updat- 
ed, big yard In nice location, 
$135,000. (847) 473-0038. 

WINTHROP HARBOR 4- 
BEDROOMS, great location, 
many updates, $155,000. 
(847) 746-8651 after 6pm. 



ZION BY OWNER Charming 
3-bedroom, 3-bath, fireplace, 
2-car, ' nice neighborhood, 
across from park, $129,000. 
(847) 872-5164. 



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ROUND LAKE 

Walk to the "train! 

1 BR Duplex - 

2nd Floor. 

No garage. 

Long. Term Lease. 

$475/mo + 

utilities & 

secdep. 

Land Management 
815-678-4334 



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Condo/Town Homes 



GRAYSLAKE 

3-bedroom, 2-bath, 

..recently renovated home, 

2-car garage, fireplace, A/C. 

No pets. 

Two monlh security, 

$1,200/month, 

(847) 362-5600. 

GURNEE 8252 FOR- 
MOOR, Cambridge Home 
surrounded by golf course, 4- 
bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths, 2-car 
garage, 4yrs. old. No pots. 
$2,500/month. (847) 

675-8927. (847) 675-2004. 

Cake villa 2-story, 3- 

large bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths, 
huge kitchen with appliances, 
dlnlngroom, llvlngroom with 
fireplace, English basement, 
master suite with skylights and 
whirlpool, 2-car garage, large 
fenced yard, Lake Villa 
Schools, $1,600/month. (847) 
265-9514. 

LEASE PURCHASE LIN- 
DENHURST, only $3,000 
down, buys beautiful brick and 
vinyl sided, 2-story, 4-bed- 
room, 2-1/2 bath, famllyroom. 
with fireplace, diningroom, 
basement, 2-car garage, only 
2yrs. old, $1,600/month plus 
utilities, $196,000. (847) 
223-6269. 

ROUND LAKE AREA Cute 
3-bedroom, 1-bath -home, re- 
cently remodeled, newer 
paint, carpet and appliances, 
washer/dryer hook-up, 

S875/month. (847) 973-1303. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH, 3- 
bedrooms, large yard, pets 
OK, without garage 
$850/month, with garage 
$950/month. (847) 546-8278. 



ROUND LAKE BEACH, 4- 
bedroom attached home, 3- 
baths, garage, yard, Lake VII- 
la/Grayslake Schools, 

$1,450/month plus security 
deposit. Immediate occupan- 
cy. (847) 843-3827. 

WILDWOOD LARGE 4- 
BEDROOM, 3-1/2 baths, in- 
cludes private mother In law 
apartment. Gages Lake 1 
block, $1,700 and security de- 
posit, possible option to buy. 
Details (904) 649-0976 or 
(904) 546-4896. 



ALGONQUIN/BARRING- 
TON BRAND NEW deluxe 2- 
bodroom, 2-bath townhome, 
1-car garage, uppor ranch 
unit; Including greatroom, 
deck, yard. Lake Cook Rd & Al- 
gonquin fid., $139,900 or rent 
to purchase. (847) 487-4279. 

BE THE FIRST TO. UVE In 
this brand new condo, 2-bed- 
room with fireplace and ga- 
rage, gorgeous view of Anti- 
och golf course, Fairway 
Greens, Antioch. 
$1,175/month. (847) 
392-4973 

CONDO FOR SALE Vaca- 
tion Village, Fox Lake, 1 -bed- 
room Clipper, pool, marina, 
security gate, $39,000/best. 
(847)587-1109. 

FOR SALE BY OWNER 3- 
bedroom townhome. In Grays- 
lake, 2-car garage, newer car- 
peting, freshly painted Interior 
and exterior, finished base- 
ment with laundryroom, walk 
to town, shopping and trains, 
$97,000. (847) 204-1300 
leave message. 

GREAT 4 .LOCATION 
SEVEN minutes to Baxter, 10 
minutes from Gurnee Mills, 2 
minutes to 1-94. Gurnee 
Schools. Sparkling 2-bed- 
room, 1.5 bath townhouse is 
better than new. Built 1995. 
Open floor plan, spacious 
kitchen, neutral decor, custom 
window treatments, oak rail- 
ings, celling fan in master bed- 
room and dining area. Backs 
to common area with sliders 
off of large llvlngroom. Con- 
venient 2nd floor laundry- 
room, storage shelves in at- 
tached garage. Upgraded 
Lennox central air. Excellent 
neighborhood with park. Sep- 
tember occupancy. At the Vil- 
lage at . Pleasant Hill. Off 
O'Plaine Rd. t between Rt. 120 
& 137. For more Info: Betsy 
(847) 473-6264 days, (847) 
249-7680 evenings. 

KEATHERRIDGE CONDO 
FOR SALE RTS. 120/21, 
overlooks golf course, enjoy 
swim, golf, tennis, 2-bedroms, 
2-baths, all kitchen applianc- 
es, washer/dryer, 24hr. securi- 
ty, (847) 336-3535. 

UBERTYVILLE AVAIL- 
ABLE NOW Newty renovated , 
3-bedroom, 1-1/2 bath towen- 
home, full basement, no pets, 
SI.IBO/month. (847) 

680-1755. " 

MOBILE HOME 1974 AR- 
LINGTON 12x52, all applianc- 
es Included; $8,500. Located 
In Bristol Heights. (414) 
862-7647. 

TOWNHOME IN HOFF- 
MAN ESTATES, close to high- 
way, school and library, 2- bed- 
rooms, 1-1/2 baths, $91,000 
below appraised value, (847) 
973-0992. - ■ 

WAUCONDA HARBOR 

CLUB, 2-bedroom, 2-bath 
condo, lakerlghts, no pets, 
$800/month. (708) 424-0566. 

WAUCONDA LAKEFRONT 
CONDO Newly remodeled, all 
white kitchen, Pergo floor, 2- 
bedroom, 1-bath, woodburn- 
Ing fireplace, appliances, pri- 
vate. $81,000. Pager (847) 
817-1217, (847) 526-0290. 




14X70 FAIRMONT MO- 
BILE home In Beach Park, IL 
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, fire- 
place, deck. Asking $23,900, 
negotiable. 



1989 MARATHON MO- 
TORHOME 24\ 5.7 liter en- 
gine, sleeps 6, bed In back, 
only 37,000 miles, Excellent 
condition. (414)534-4553 



1989 MOBILE HOME Very 
nice, 2-bedrooms, 2-baths, 
shed, all appliances, C/A, lo- 
cated in now park near Great 
America, $18,500. Call any- 
time, (847) 244-6720 or (647) 
638-1965. 



1992 14X70 MANUFAC- 
TURED HOME, 3-bedrooms, 
1-bath, nice size yard, 
$25,000 with $1,000 rebate. 
(847) 740-3519. 



1997 16X80 ARTSCRAFT 

HOME, 3-bedrobm, 2-bath, 
central air, 2-large sheds, 
deck, awning, appliances In- 
cluded., like new, must see. 
Call tor an appointment (414) 
537-4085. (815) 675-2373. 



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Mobile 1 Ionics 



WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

.WALK TO EVERYTHING 

OVER 55 COMMUNtTY. 

1995 1-bdroom, 1-bath, 

with shed, 

$29,900. 

1996 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 

with garage end hobbyroom, 

$49,900. 

1988 2-bedroom, 2-bath, with 

carport, deck and shod. 

$39,900, 

1995 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 

• with garage and carport, 

■. $56,900, 

(847) 526-5000 

leavo message, 

MARSHFIELD 2-BED- 
ROOM, ALL APPLIANC- 
ES, AIR, NEW vinyl siding, 
shed, new . carpet. In retire- 
ment park, age 55. $8,900. 
(414)694-0164. 

MOBILE 1990 CARROLL- 
TON, Double wide, Kenosha, 
newly carpeted,' air, 3-bed- 
rooms, 2-baths, natural fire- 
place, deck, shed, $41,500. 
(414)552-7666. 

MOBILE HOME 'UKE, 
camping year round" 2-bed- 
rooms, on large lot, wooded 
park, Walk to' Silver Lake, re- 
modeled. (414) 889-8233. 

MOBILE HOME 12X48, 
newly decorated, stored In Elk- 
horn, Wise. Must sell. 
$3,750/best (708) 453-5946. 

MOBILE HOME 18X80 2- 
bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, covered 
deck and carport. Rainbow 
Lake ' Manor, adult park, 
$50,000. (847) 395-3585. ' 

MODULARS DOU- 

BLEWIDES - SINGLEWIDES 
- ILLINOIS LARGEST DIS- 
PLAY OF MODEL HOMES. 
FOUNDATIONS. BASE- 

MENTS, GARAGES. SEPT- 
ICS - WE DO IT ALU! FREE 
STATEWIDE DELIVERY/IN- 
STALLATION. RILEY MANU- 
FACTURED HOMES 1-800- 
798-1541. . 

NORTH AMERICAN 1990 
MOBILE HOME. 2-bedrooms, 
2-baths, fireplace, deck and 
awning. Close to Interstate. 
(414)884-8723. 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 
WALK TO EVERYTHING 

Located in an over 55- 
j q y- community. 

.■l-bedroom,1-bath, 
$595/monm pfus securftry. 

2-bedroom, 1-bath, 
,$645/month plus security. 

2-bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, 

$69S/month plus security. 

All include: washer/dryer 

facilities, off street parking, 

cable TV and shed. 

No pets. 

(847) 526-5000 

leave message. 



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Apartments For Rent 



APARTMENT FOR RENT 
Large 3-bedroom spacious 
apartment, large yard, near 
naval base. More Information 
call Ruth (847) 688-0847. 

FOX LAKE 3-BEDROOM 

lakeside duplex, resort area, 
yard, stove/refrigerator, secur- 
ity deposit, $595/month (847) 
587-9178. 

FOX UKE AREA, ON RT. 
134, Newer 2-bedroom, 2nd 
floor, no pels, $705/month. 
(B47) 297-5018. 

FOX LAKE BEAUTIFUL 1- 
bd., 4-rooms, Rt. 12/Chan- 
nel/Metra, $650/month + se- 
curity, and credit check. (708) 
788-5564. 

FOX LAKE VACATION Vil- 
lage, A/C, 2 bedroom apart- 
ment, beautiful surroundings, 
security enterance, laundry 
facllites, pool, tennis courts, 
boat docks, fishing. $690/mo. 
No pets. (847)223-1131 



FOX LAKE VACATION VIL- 
LAGE, A/C, large studio apart- 
ment, beautiful surroundings, 
security entrance, laundry 
facilities, ' pool, tennis courts, 
boat docks, $470/month. NO 
PETS. (847)223-1131.: 



GRAYSLAKE 2-BED- 

ROOM, ALL new. off street 
parking, laundry, $725/month 
No pets. (847) 223-8633. 

GURNEE LARGE 2-BED- 
ROOM apartment,.. .1 -1/2 
baths, wood burning fireplace, 
dishwasher, range, refrigera- 
- tor, air, laundry' and storage, 
exercise room, security and -in- 
tercom system, Individual ga- 
rage, $815/month. No pets. 
(847)336-1072. 



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GURNEE/WAUKEGAN 
NORTH SHORE 
APARTMENTS. 

At Affordable Prices. 

Spacious. 

Luxury Living. 

Elevators. 

On Site Staff, 

Good Location. 

Easy to Toll Roads. 

IMPERIAL TOWER/MANOR. 

(847) 244-9222. 

LAKE VILLA DUPLEX, 2- 

bedroom, 1.5 bath, with large 
deck and yard, quiet neighbor- 
hood, ■ $B50/month. (815) 
363-9039. 



LAKEVIEW TERRACE 

APARTMENTS LAKE VI.L- 
LA, Large 1, & 2 bedrooms, 
$645-$760/month. Heat, wa- 
ter, air Included. (847) 
356-5474. 



UBERTYVILLE 905 MIL- 
WAUKEE, 2-bedroom, 2- 
bath, washer/dryer, C/A, 
$925/month plus security. Lav- 
inger Real Estate (847) 
,244-4220. 



NEAR NORTH WAUKE- 
CAN, 1 and 2-bedroom apart- 
ments, safe, quiet neighbor- 
hood. Historical Building, $590 
& $480./month. (847) 
244-4280. 



RACINE 2-BEDROOM 
APARTMENT, $450/month 
plus $400 security deposit. 
(847) 872-9914 leave' mes- 
sage. . 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

WALK TO EVERYTHING, Lo- 
cated In an over 55 communi- 
ty, 1 -bedroom, 1-bath, In- 
cludes: all utilities, Including 
cable TV, $625/month plus se- 
curity. No pets.' (847) 
526-5000 leave message. 

ZION EAST SIDE VALUE 
Nice first floor unit, 1 -bed- 
room, with front porch,, no 
pets, $445/month plus utilities. 
Military welcome. (847) 
831-5388. 



WESTWIND 
VILLAGE 

APARTMENTS 

2200 Lewis Ave., Zion 
1,2 & 3 BEDROOMS 

FREE HEAT 

Appliances • On. Site 

Mapager* No Pels 

Starting from 

$495/mo. 

Call Martha & Issac 

(847)746-1420 

or BEAR PROPERTY 

MANAGEMENT 

(414) 697-9616 



OAKRIDGEVILLAGE 
ARAJCTLY1E1VTS 



Offering Affordable Housing for 
Qualified Applicants. 

Currently Accepting Applications on our 

1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments 

Stop in at: 

299 Oakridge Court in Antioch 

Or call: 

847-395-4840 
f=J 1-800-526-0844 TDD 

t«=l Managed by Meridian Group. Inc. 



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, In HUnt d IaWe w«d , GraysUIie 

Olfaunq AlfoiidAble boustnq few ouAiifrcd Applibuvre, 
Now AccEprirvq AppIlcATions ton our: 

• 1,2 And J btdROOM apartments 

PIease caII Tor more infoRMATiON or appointment at; 
(847)225*6644 TDD# (800)526-0844 

UkEwood YilUqE ApARiMEitr is poofEssioNAlly **£% 
wuwcjtd by MEftidiAN Cnoup, Inc. "f^j 




A Place To Call Home 




1 & 2 bdrm spacious floor plans 
On-site 24-hour emercency maint. 
Satellite TV now available 
Laundry facilities 
Convenient to Meira 
Beautifully manicured grounds 
Flexible leasing 



Unttooi 
Im*noiI 



445 Donin Dr. 

Antioch, IL 

(847) 395-0949 



Deep Lake Hermitage 
149 N.Milwaukee Ave. 

Lake Villa, IL 

(B471 350-2002 



528 



Apt ./Homes 
To Share 



530 



Rooms To Rent 



1200SQ.FT. -WATER- 

FRONT CONDO to share In 
Wauconda. Private bedroom 
and bath. Fireplace, balcony, 
beach, pool. Storage and boat 
slip available. Young owner, 
prefer female, $500/monlh, 
split utilities. Days (847) 229* 
3311, evenings (847) 
407-2724. Can move-in now. 




MUNDELEIN MENS 
SLEEPING ROOM, laundry 
and i kitchen privileges, 
$350/month plus utilities. 
(847) 566-8238. 

ROOM FOR RENT in targe 
Lake Villa home. Intersection 
of 59 & Grand Ave. 
$350/month. Days 1-800-255- 
4859 ext. 4689, evenings 
(847)973-0128. 



BEACH PARK Quiet loca- 
tion, private, sleeping room, 
private bath, completely fur- 
nished, custom decorated, in- 
cludes all utilities. (847) 
336-3535. I 

IF YOU ARE A FEMALE 
OR MALE over 21, who lik(u> 
animals and wonts to live near 
the Beach, here's your 
chance. Roommate wanted to 
share 3-bedroom house in 
Round Lake Beach. For de- 
talls call Kevin (647) 740-3896. 

MCHENRY ROOM FOR 

RENT Must like animals, kitch- 
en privileges, $350/monih in- 
cludes utilities, (81 5) 
385-9231. 



534 



Business Property 
For Sale 



GRAYSLAKE- * OF- 

FICE/STORE FOR rent On 
HawleySt. (847)395-7247 

MAIN ST. 1106, UNION 
GROVE, 2800sq.fL, Commer- 
cial, $69,900. Owner/Broker., 
(414)633-7686. 



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Business Property 
For Rent 



DOWNTOWN LIBERTY- 
VILLE, OFFICE/RETAIL, 

approximately I200sq.fl.. with 
2 private offices. 

51,450/month plus utilities. 
(847) 367-5805. 

FOX LAKE 

NEW LAKE VIEW 

OFFICES 

ON GRAND AVENUE. 

HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE. 

$275/MONTH. 

(847) 587-1615. 

FOX LAKE PRIME LOCA- 
TION, Rt.12/brldge, new of- 
fice/store. 1200sq.fl., (708) 
78B-5564 leave message. 

QRAYSLAKE - SMALL re- 
tall spaces for rent. Historic 
downtown Center St. (847) 
604-3295 

GRAYSLAKE OFFICE RT. 
45 across from Fairgrounds, 
343sq.f(. $450/month. In- 
cludes electric, heal, water, 
garbage, (847) 223-0123. 

INDUSTRIAL/WAR- 
EHOUSE SPACE WITH of- 
fice, I600sq.lt. (414) 
B43-3705. 

OFFICE SPACE FOR 
RENT IN GRAYSLAKE. 

Conveniently located In park 
Ilka setting. 1-2 offices with 
waiting area, private bath and 
storage. Part of converted resi- 
dence, with existing law office, 
(847) 548-6637. 



TAYLOR AVE. 

I.OOOSQ.FT, storefront, 

very reasonable terms, In- 
cludes heat and water. Avail- 
able August 1st. (414) 
638-8270. 



WAREHOUSE/INDUS- 
TRIAL 200AMP., 3- 
PHASE, 220V elect.. 12ft. ceil- 
ing and overhead doors, 
2,500sq.ft., $900/month. Lo- 
cated at Industrial Park on Cir- 
cuit Dr. in Round Lake Beach. 
(847) 395-1952. 



WAUCONOA AREA OPEN 
YARD STORAGE FOR 
RENT with or without otflco 
trailer, various sized spaces 
available. Call for prices. 
(847) 526-5000, leave 

message. 



Far Lease 



New Uulldlni* 

( !)■ I Him S(|. ft. 

Industrial warehouses. 

Kmiiul Like Industrial I'ark. 

14 ft. ceiling, fenced yard. 

12 ft. nverhwul diiitr. 

8i7-rlt-ii7i 



For Lease 



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New Building 

(21-1800 sq.ft. 

Industrial warehouses. 

Round Lake Industrial 

Park. 24 ft. ceiling, fenced 

yard. 12 ft. overhoad door. 

847-546-1474 



Business Lot & 
Bldg on Rt. 12 

Shop with over- 
head door, office, 
additional storage 
garage & sales lot. 
Excellent visibility. 
$795/mo. 

Land Mgmt. 
815-678-4334 

—MM —— — 

RICHMOND 

Fountain Head 

Corporate Center. 

Rt. 12, 

New Superior 
2?50 to 7630 s.f. 

units, for 
l(\DUSTRy/BUSIISJESS,| 
a/c ofc, Common 

or Private Dock 

2750 s.f. $995 

LandMgiit 
815/678-4771 



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Vacant 
Lois/Acreage 



(2) .8 AC RE LOTS, 140 It. 
river frontage on Wisconsin 
River, recreational use only. 
Only 15 minutes North of the 
Dells, $1 8,000. (60S) 
339-9527. 

HALF ACRE LOT FOR 
SALE Prlvato cul-de-sac, 
city sower, well water, 2 
miles North of Antloch on 
Rt. 83. Call for Info. Must 
SOP. (815)344-6885. 

LOOKING FOR A LOT? 1 
acre lot, Spring Grove, $2,000 
down, no Interest or payments 
for 18 months or will discount 
for cash. Call owner (815) 

678-4228. 

LOT AND HALF FOR SALE 
In city of Burlington, by owner, 
Asking $42,500. For more In- 
formation call (414) 
551-8843. 



564 



ResortA'acaiion 
Hernials 



NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 
on the ocean but In your 
budget. Sea Spray Resort. 
1515 S. Ocean Blvd. North 
Myrtle Beach, SC 29582. 600- 
524-8993. 



568 



Out Of Area Property 



KENTUCKY LAKEFRONT 
19 acres • $4 9,900. Lake 
property on beautiful undis- 
covered lake. Small town, 
country living. Meadows, 
woods, views and sunset. 4 
seasons, year round boating 
and fishing 800-8 16-5253. 

SOUTHERN COLORADO 
RANCH SALE 40AC - 
$36,900. Enjoy sensational 
sunsets over the Rockies and 
views of Pikes Peak on gently 
rolling terrain. Long road fron- 
tage, tele & elec. Ideal for 
horses. Exc. financing. Call toll 
free 877-676-6367 Hatchet 
Ranch. 

TN LAKE BARGAIN • 
$17,900. $1,800 down. Boat 
dock. Beautifully wooded lot at 
spectacular 30,000 acre lake. 
Paved road, utilities, sur- 
veyed, soils tested. Local bank 
has appraised - will finance 
7.25% fixed, 15 years. Only 
$147/month. Priced to sell Im- 
mediately, Offered first come, 
first served. Call now 800-661- 
5253. ext, 2301. 



Call Paula or Denise to 

place your ad. 

Call 847.223.8161 



LAKEWOOD, Wl 

For Sale by Owner. 
Fly or drive to N. 

Wisconsin. Home next 
to golf course, ski 
trails, snowmobile 

trails, rustic 3BR/2BA, 
1700sf living space, 
900sf RccRnt & Bar. 
3c-det-gar, deck on 
3 sides. $144,900. 

715-276-7042 



MICHIGAN 

For Sale By Owner- 
Premier Waterfront Estate 
12ac, 332' on beaut 
south lake Leelanau 
20mt NW Traverse City, 
Ml. Mod 2000sf home, 
2br/2ba, vault ceil, 
Great rm, Fp, full fin 
bsmt, natrl gas. 
A superb prop. 
$750K 

231-256-9196 



Kentucky 

For Sale By Owner. 

Resort Kentucky 

Lake. Full serv, 28 

unit, mo ac, z boat 

ramps, slips, pool, 

beach, tennis, 

restaurant 

facilities. Fishing 

& family rec 

Great expansion & 

growth potential. 

Owner financing 

avail, to qualified 

buyer. 

502-436-2172 



B2H 



Out of Area 
Property 



INDIANA 

For Sale by Owner. 

Y2K Retreat or 

Getaway. 3+ac, Little 

Turkey Creek & lake 

frntge, total privacy, 

log cabin & outbldg, 

wildlife paradise, 

fisherman's dream, 

adj. to Amlsh 

community in 

LaGrange, IN. 2.5hrs 

toChgo. S95K 
843-768-7229 



WISCONSIN 

Door County Resort 

Condo. Price 

reduced. Owner 

wants offer. 16R 

furn'd, pool/hot 

tub/rec rm on the 

water. Egg Harbor 

$139,900. 

Tom Gallina 

414-254-4168 

RerVtax Suburban 




LAKE OF THE OZAHKS, MO 
For Sale by Owner. 
26ac, apprx 750' 
lakefront, 250' sea- 
wall, water well, well- 
house, 2 septics, dec 
hook-up, phone, 
dock, boat ramp, 
quiet cove, zoning 
non restricted. 
After 7pCST. $230K. 

712-323-2209 



GEORGIA (SIM 

Industrial 

Property. 

116Ksf (45Ksf 

warehouse). 

A/C t 1 2ac paved 

prkng lot. For 

sale S750K. 
718-545-1375 

Fax 
516-295-0620 



TYBEE ISLAND, GA 

Cool Ocean Breezes! 

Ocean front penthouse 

suite. Spec top floor 

vw of the Atlantic, 

looking down on 

Hilton Head. Watch 

the dolphins frolic fr 

your balcony. 2000sf, 

3BR/3.5BA., jac, fplc. 

Elevator direct to suite, 

It's time to unwind! 

$569K. 

Call 

1-800-565-0107 




574 



Real Estate Wanted 



578 


Real Estate Misc. 





Recreational 
Vehicles 



1995 WINNEBAGO 34FT. 
slide-out, Jacks, loaded, under 
16K, excellent condition, 
$49,900. (647) 599-7430 
days, (847) 746-3237 even- 
ings. (847) 672-0752 6pm- 
9pm. 

1998 INNSBRUCK BY Gull- 
stream, 26ft. travel trailer, 
sloops 8, all amenities, excel- 
lent condition, hardly used, 
shows like new. MUST SELL. 
$9,000/best, (847) 546-9443 
alter 5pm. 

1997 30FT. YELLOW- 
STONE CAPRI 5TH 
WHEEL TRAVEL TRAIL- 

ER, with slide out. All weather 
unit. Includes oak cabinets, 
washer/dryer, smooth fiber- 
glass skin and more. 
$22,500/best. (847) 776-0226. 

1997 FLEETWOOD PARK 
TRAVEL TRAILER, 39ft., 2 
sllde-outs, golf carl, 10x10 
shed, full hook-ups at Crock- 
ett's Resort S5. Dells Area. 
Reduced S2l,500/bosl. 1-888- 
621-4711. 

1999 14 FT. FLAGSTAFF 
CRANK-UP CAMPER FOR 
SALE. Has A/C, used only 
once, $7,500. Please call 
(715) 963-2900. 

1999 JAMBOREE MOTOR 
HOME 24ft., 24K, $24,000. 
(847) 439-0568. 

FOR SALE 1992 30ft. Dutch- 
man 5th wheel trailer, A/C, 
awning, ladder, micro, $8,900. 
(847) 973-0207. 

MOTORHOME 1993 
COBRA MONTEREY. 30ft. 
Class A, 36,000 miles, excel- 
lent condition, many extras. 
(847) 395-1952. 

MOTORHOME 1995 
PACE Arrow, 33ft., Chev 454, 
under 20K miles, fully loaded, 
sleeps 4, includes car caddy 
and hitch, 584,500. (847) 
623^1874. 

UNION GROVE 1972 Rollo- 
home 14x70 with a 12x16 ad- 
dition, 3-bedrooms, covered 
deck, 2 sheds, includes ap- 
pliances. Asking $27,0OO/besl. 

(414) 878-2726. 

WANTED TRAVEL TRAIL- 
ER, must bo self-contained, 
or pop-up camper. Wilt pick-up 
and pay cash. (947) 
338-5556. 



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WANTED WAREHOUSE 
SPACE in central Laka Coun- 
ty for distribution business. 
Buy or long term lease, 5,000- 
a.OOOsq.ft. Need dock, small 
office. Like good parking, but 
not a must. Call after 6pm. 
(647) 587-5370. 



TIMESHARE • DELUXE 

studio located on beach in St. 
Martin. Beautiful resort with 
many amenities, asking 
$4300 or best. (414) 

654-3441. 



708 



Snowmobiles/ATVs 



TWO ARCTIC CAT SNOW- 
MOBILES & TRAILER 
FOR SALE, 1999 ZL600 
brand new. 1991 Panther 2- 
passenger. Double Karavan 
trailer, 56,300. May separate. 
Please call (715) 963-2900. 

TWO DIRT BIKES, KTM 
125 AND KTM 250. 3 -place 
motorcycle trailer. Make offer. 
Will separate. Contact (847) 
740-0769 or leave message. 



710 


Boal/Molors/Etc. 



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19B2 24FT. KAYOT PON- 
TOON BOAT, Includes chairs 
and O/B motor, $4,500. (847) 
395-8637. 



16' ALUMA CRAFT, 40hp 
Merc, depth finder, & extra 
stuff, S3.900. 1985 Chevy 
pickup, box, body, for parts. 
(414) 279-6841 

16FT. ALUMINUM STAR- 
CRAFT, 70hp Johnson, with 
accessories, $1,800. (847) 
361-4066. 

17FT. 1993 SEASWIRL, 
1994 Johnson I40hp, low 
hours, excellent condition, 
S8,500/best. (414) 642-2314. 

1972 AMF SLICKCRAFT 
23ft. cuddy, head, VHF, OMC 
I/O, cover, In water, $4,000. 
(847) 816-1250. 

1974 RENELL 16' TriHull 
outboard open bow with trail- 
er, $1 ,200 Or best offer. Eves 

(647) 746-4953 

1962 19FT. BASS TRACK- 
ER II with trailer, 40hp motor, 
some extras, $3,500. (414) 
862-2555 days, (414) 843- 
3411 evenings, 

1982 19FT. BASS TRACK- 
ER II with trailer, 40hp motor, 
soma extras, $3,500. (414) 
862-2555 days, (414) 843- 
3411 evenings. 

1984 SYLVAN MARINE 
820 SUPREME PONTOON, 
with 1996 28hp Johnson out- 
board motor. In excellent con- 
dition, $6,000/best. (B47) 
395-3811. 

1990 17FT. ALUMINUM 
BOAT, 70hp Evlnrude, 2 live 
wells, fish finder, trolling mo- 
tor, cover, $5,150/best, (847) 
616-3061. 




Routs, Motors, 

Etc; 




Sports 

Equipment 



1990 23FT. RINKER 
CUDDY CABIN with trailer and 
boat slip. 4.3 engine. . 175hp, 
less than 100hrs„ many more 
extras, mint condition, 
$13.000/best. (647) 
497-9763. 

1993 SEA SPRITE, 140hp 
MerCrulser, I/O, great condi- 
tion. $8,000/best. (847) 395- 
7319 leave messago. 

19FT. 1982 GALAXY 170 
I/O, openbow, very clean, 
runs good, good family and ski 
boat, $3,400. (B47) 546-0262. 

19FT. LUND BOAT, in- 
board, fiberglass, Merc. Cruis- 
er, trailer and canopy, 
S3,000/best. 24ft, Holiday 
Traveler travel trailer, 
$S00/bBSt. (847) 247-1252. 

20FT PONTOON, 50HP 
trim & tilt, seat covers, depth 
finder. Dual batteries and dual 
axel trailer. $7,686. (847) 
973-2072 

21 FT. 1971 CORRECT- 
CRAFT 318 V8 inboard, 
820hrs., in good shape, great 
for wakeboarding, $3,495. 
(414) 767-8728. 

22FT. 1989 CABIN CRIUIS- 
ER, 1995 Sunblrt EZ Loader 
trailer, $10,500. (847) 
973-9370. 

BOAT MOTORS 20HP 
Johnson, recent tune-up, 
$395. 9.5 Evlnrude, $325. 
(414) 694-3747. 

CATAMARAN 14FT. 
HOBIE Cat with trailer, $600. 
(847) 395-1760. 

CHRIS CRAFT 32FT., 
1967, fiberglass, twin 327 In- 
boards, great runner, $8,500. 
(414) 681-1 176 after 5pm. 

CHRYSLER 16FT. SAIL- 
BOAT, new trailer and 
tires, good condition, 
$800. (847) 587-5040. 

CLASS A 1987 MALLARD, 
33ft. long, 63K miles, air condi- 
tioning, generator, microwave, 
$18,000. (414) 866-2657. 

LUND 17-1/2FT. FISHING 
& PLEASURE BOAT, 4- 

seats, 1995, like new, EZ load- 
er, lOOhp Merc, 9,9 Marc kick- 
er, trolling motor (new), VHF 
radio, Low ranee GPS & fish lo- 
cator, 2-down riggers (new) 
rods, 2-covors, more. 
$18,300. (414) 639-0471. 

LUND OWNERS SIDE and 
aft curtains for 1800 Fisher- 
man 1990 thru 1996, $425. 
Teflon coated SS prop for 
Johnson V4 engines, $175. 

(815) 728-0835. 

MASTERCRAFT PRO 

STAR 190, 1988. with trailer 
89,800. Best. Good condition 
ready to ski. (815)389-3013 

NORDEX BAT 12FT. liber- 
glass sailboat and trailer, 
$450/best. (847) 973-1724. 

RINKER 26FT. EXPRESS, 
1994, mint, sleeps 4, head, 
galley, canvas, VHF, GPS, 
529,000. (815)479-1977. 

SAILBOAT- 18' BUC- 
CANEER Sloop, custom, 
dark green, canvas cover, tar- 
Iler, $2.495. (847)526-1969 

SEADOO 1994 XP, CHEL- 
TON TRAILER, brand new, 
S3.400/best. (847) 623-0948. 

SEARAY 1986 CADDY 
CRUISER V6, low hours, 
260hp, good condition, trailer, 
many extras, 58,995/best. 
(847) 816-1647. 

SELL OUT SALE Small Pro- 
pellers, ski vests, accessories. 
(815) 385-4729. 

SfLVERLINE 1977 19FT. 
115 Evlnrude, set-up for Lako 
Michigan fishing. Radio fish- 
finder, downrlggers, weights 
and poles, ski and fish, ready 
for water, $3,800/best. (847) 
685-3263. 

SWITZERCRAFT 1985 

FS20, I50hp Mercury out- 
board, excellent condition, 
must sell, make offer. (815) 
344-8109. 



1987 TUFFY RAMPAGE 
40HP ELECTRIC START 

Johnson, dual electric motors, 
anchors, slasher group, live 
well, rod locker. Excellent con- 
dition, 1 -owner. Asking 
$4,900, (847)382-1430. 



720 


Sports Equipment 



GOING AWAY TO COL- 
LEGE: Exercise equipment for 
salo. Original Health Rider, 
$300. Stalrstepper, $75. 
Weight bench with weights, 
$100. Everything In excellent 
condition. For Information call 
(847) 937-5300 days, (847) 
356-7 1 8 4 evenings. 

GUNS FOR SALE Colt AR- 
15 matched target rifle, 
$1,150. SIG P226 9mm with 
night sight, excellent, $525. 
SIG 239 9mm, new, $490. SIG 
230-380, new, $390, Browning 
BDA-380, new, $390. Brown- 
ing BDM 9mm, new, $425. 
H&K USP-40, double action 
only, new, $525, Boretta 9mm, 
double action only, excellent, 
$435. Charles Daly 45 (tike 
Colt), $400, new. Arcus 9mm, 
new, $293, American Arms 
AP9 (like Tec-9), have 2, 
$2eo/ea. Many others avail- 
able. Must have F.O.l.D, M. 
Sonka after 3pm. (847) 
949-6762. 

LOWRANCE X-15A 

PAPER GRAPH, $200/best. 
Fishing rods end tackle for in- 
land use. (414) 634-3720. 

WOODEN PIER, 5 sections, 
very good condition, 
$300/best. Large tractor tire 
for sand box, $25. Call Kirk 
(414) 279-3895. 




1946 LUSCHOMBE BA, 
65hp, with fabric wings, wood 
prop and skis. Recent paint 
and glass. Looks and files 
great. $16,500. (414) 

248-8702. 



804 


Cars for Sale 



804 



Cars For S;tlc 



CADILLAC 19B4 ELDORA- 
DO BIARRITZ, loaded, groat 
shape, leather, 103,000 miles, 
many now parts, $2,200/best. 
(414) 551-7440. _ 

CADILLAC 1991 SEDAN 
DEVILLE, fully loaded, very 
nice condition, white exterior 
with tan leather interior, Must 
sell. S3,600/best, (815) 
398-7125 anytime. ' 



CARS $100, $500 & up. Po- 
lice Impounds: Hondas, Toyo- 
ta, Chovys, Jeeps & Sport Utili- 
ties, Call Now! 600-772-7470 
ext. 7040 

CARS AS LOW AS $500.00 
Furniture, jewelry, electronics, 
boats. Listings. Call American 
Property Network Nowl (800) 
319-3323 ext. 2292. 



CHEVORLET 
CONV'T '95 
(847)223-8651 



BRAND NEW POOL, 18ft.,, 
still in boxes, paid $1,500, 
$1,000. Call Pat (815) 
344^1412. 



19B4 CHRYSLER LEBAR- 
ON Convertible, loaded, blue, 
good condition, S6,O00/best. 
1988 Chrysler Conquest, red, 
loaded, in good condition, 
52,800/besl. Ask for Wendy 
or Ray. (647)587-4762 

OLDS 1984 CUTLASS 2- 
door, good motor, body little 
rough, 5399/best. Lake Bluff 
(8 *7) 234-6764. 

1985 CAPRICE CLASSIC. 
Groat condition. 1987 Delta 
'86 Oldsmoblle. Child Cor- 
vetteBed. (847)740-2013, 

1987 CHEVY CAPRICE 
WAGON, 66K miles, full pow- 
er, luggage rack, Reese Hitch, 
electric brake, $1,500/best. 
(847) 356-6768 or 
mike48@concentric.net. 

FORD TAURUS Wagon 
1988, V-6, All power, 126K 
miles, well maintained, clean 
car. 51,600/obo. Call (847) 
543-0534, leavo message. 

1891 ACURA INTEGRA 
LS, 2-door, hatchback, 
looks/runs like new, 30mpg, 
new battery and muffler. (847) 
336-3535. 

PLYMOUTH 1991 SUN- 
DANCE, 169,000 miles, runs 
good, SI, 000. (847) 356-0041 
ask for Mike. 

CHEVROLET 1992 COR- 
VETTE, only 17.500 miles! 
Black Rose (purple), wilh gray 
leather interior, Car alarm and 
phone Included. Beautiful carl 
$23.000.(816)675-9296. 

TOYOTA 1992 CAMRY 
SE, V6, power windows, 
locks. A/C, 105K miles, 1-own- 
er, $6,000. (847) 266-9087. 

APPROVE YOUR OWN 

CAR LOAN I 

BUY HERE1 

PAY HEREI 

*1-Low Down and Top 

Dollar For Your Trade 

*2- Low payments 

*3-Verifiab!e IncomeyDoc. 

*4- Eagerness to improve 

credit 

'Corner of Gages Lake Rd, & 

Rt.45 

(847) 548-5630. 

MILITARY WELCOME. 

AUDI 1993 90CS QUA7- 
TRO SPORT, 2.8L V6, 5- 
speed, 4WD, all power and 
luxury options, ABS, alrbag, 
leather. Kelly book value over 
$16,500, sacrifice at $13,900, 
Call (847) 5460Q96. 

BUICK 1987 LESABRE 
LIMITED, 4-door, V6, power 
everything, cassette, cruise 
control, good condition, 
$1.400. (847) 548-5141. 

BUICK 1967 LESABRE 
LTD, 3.8 liter engine, clean, 
$2,500/flrm. Contact (847) 
740-0769. 

BUICK LESABRE LTD. '92 

$4,950. Call Klelh (847)362- 
6600 



CAMARO 
15,990. 



CHEVROLET CORVETTE 
COUPE'94 low mllesll $ 
23.000 (647)2238651 

CHEVROLET MONTE 

CARLO, 1975. Restored to 
showroom condition, all op- 
tlons. $6500. (414) 859-2424. 

CHEVT LUMINA 4DR '93 
$6,990(647)2238651 

CHEVY 1988 CORVETTE, 
Sliver, AT, loaded, $7,500. 
(847) 934-4557. 

CHEVY 1989 CELEBRITY, 

good condition, very depend- 
able, power steering and 
brakes, $1,750/besl. (847) 
473-6407 ext. 8156 bed B. 

CHEVY 1891 BERETTA, 
86,000 miles, fair condition, 
but runs great, $2,900. 1989 
Yamaha Exciter snowmobile, 
good condition. $1,000. (847) 
740-2219. 

CHEVY 1992 CAVAUER 
RS, $7.995. (647) 587-6473. 

CHEVY 1994 CORSICA, 

$3.995. (847) 5B7-6473, 

CHEVY 1995 CAMARO 

RS, excellent condition, well 
maintained, low milos. loaded, 

T-tops, must sell, 

510,200/bost. (815) 

365-5736. ■ -,m;i<, 

CHEW CAVALIER 
COUPE '93 $4,950 .. Call 
Kleth (647)362-6600 

CHEVY, FORD PICK-UP 

Bodies, Factory-new guar- 
anteed from $1300.00. Doors 
from $89.00 Fenders from 
$50.00 Beds from $800.00, 
Bedliners $169,00. Bumpers, 
Grills Reparl Panels, Paints, 
Abrasives, windshields, radia- 
tors, Delivery, Marx (217) 624- 
6164. 

CHRYLSER LEBARON 
GTC Convertible'94. $9,990. 
(647)223-8651 

CORVETTE COUPE '87 
$11,950. (847)223-8651 

DODGE 1995 NEON, 46K 
miles, no longer need for 2nd 
car. Asking $6,500. (414) 
877-4442. 

DRIVEWAY CLEARANCE! 
1987 Lincoln Town Car, good 
body, leather interior, asking 
$1,200. 1986 Olds Delta 88, 
good engine, $750. (414) 
B57-6938 after 6pm only. 

FORD 1985 CROWN VIC- 
TORIA LTD, mint condition, 4-' 
door sedan. $3,650. (847) 
546-8793 after 6:30pm. 

FORD 1989 TAURUS LX 
WAGON, V6. all power, 
100,000 miles, well main- 
tained, 3rd. seat, $2,400. 
(647)918-6384, 

FORD 1991 ESCORT LX, 5- 

speed, air conditioning, 87K, 
asking $1,900. (647) 
548-4059. 

FORD 1992 TEMPO 
AM/FM cassette, power W/L, 
A/C, new front brakes, de- 
pendable transportation, 
53,100. (847) 548-2289. 

FORD 1992 THUNDER- 
BIRD Sport V-8, 5.0L. red, 2 
door, loaded, only 35 K, excel- 
lent condition, $9,500/best. 
(847) 816-0709, after 6pm. 



FORD 1993. FESTIVA, 
$7,953. (647) 587-6473. 



FORD 1990 CONTOUR, 
$9,995. (847) 5876473. 

FORMULA 1985 242LS, 
5.7L Merc, fully equipped, ex- 
cellent condition, 
$i5,500/best. (847) 
806-9390. 





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Cirs For Sale 



GOOD STUDENT CAR 
1085 CADILLAC, all pow- 
er, block with tinted wind- 
ows. (647) 546-0578 
oftor 5pm. 

HONDA 1089 ACCORD, 
S2.995. (847) 587-6473. 

HONDA 1990 CIVIC LX, 5- 
speed, P/S, P/W, great A/C, 
$3,000/best. (647) 360-9748. 

HONDA ACCORD '98 
$11,990(847)223-8651 

JAGUAR XJS CONVERT- 
IBLE 1990, 40,260 miles, no 
winters, dealer maintained, 
beautiful condition, $16,000. 
(647) 587-5274. 



MASERATI 1986 Bl- 
TURBO CONVERTIBLE, 

with leather Interior, 56K, ex- 
cellent maintained, all records, 
garaged, $9,500. (414) 
245-6881. •'.'-" 

MASERATI 1986 81- 
TURBO CONVERTIBLE, with 
leather Interir, 56K, 

MERCURY 1993 COU- 
QAR, S5.995. (847) 587-6473. 

MITSUBISHI 1993 DIA- 
MANTE LS, CD 6-pack. 
pearl with Ian leather Interior, 
power sunroof, locks, wind- 
QWS, $6.800. (847) 578-0726. 

MUST SELL 1991 Firebird, 
V8. 108K, T-lops, loaded, ex- 
eel lent condition, $5,500/best. 
Mandi (847) 837-0917. 

NISSAN 1995 240SX, new 
CO player, struts, brakes, 
tires. Has custom wheels, 
moonroof, Maroon with gray 
Interior. Adult driven, well 
maintained, 5-speed. 
$6,995//firm. Call Dave (847) 
541-5266. . 

NISSAN MAXIMA SE '92 
$8,450 Call Kleth (847)362- 

6600. 

OLDS 1985 TORONADO 

Extra clean, sunroof, loaded, 
good tires, garage kept, 
$2,500. (847) 356-5323 after 

4pm. :• 

OLDS 88 ROYALE 1988. 
$1,950. (B47) 587-6473. 

PONTIAC 1991 GRAND 
PRIX SE. black, fully loaded, 
S3,995/best. (847) 274-0352. 



PONTIAC 1992 GRAND 
AM, 4-door, 122,000 miles, 
oxtra clean, garage kept, 1- 
owner, $1,900/bost. (847) 
855-1653. 

PONTIAC 1997 GRAND 
PRIX GT, dark purple, full pow- 
er, $16,0007best. (847) 
931-4843. 

SAAB '90 9000 Turbo, Sun- 
roof, garage kept. Leather. 
One owner. Excellent condi- 
tion. $5,000/bosl. (847) 
295-6241 

SATURN 1998 SPORT 
CPE, $8,975. (847) 587-6473. 

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for 15 words, then 15c each 
additional word. 

TAURUS WAGON 1993, 
clean, full power, high miles, 
asking $3,750/bost. (615) 
344-1418. 

TOYOTA 1988-1/2 SU- 
PRA, brown, very clean, 103K 
miles, manual, A/C, loaded, 
original owner, $3,800/best. 
(847) 599-0345. 

VW GETTA GU 1986, air, 
sunroof, alloys, cassette, 5- 
speed, 106K, S1,750/best. 
(847) 746-6371. 

WAREHOUSE AUTO 

PARTS. Great prices. Huge 
Inventory. Foreign & Domestic. 
Shipped direct to you. 1-800- 
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810 


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Cars 


CHEVY 1972 CORVETTE, 
64,000 original miles, new 
rear spring, stainless steel 
brakes, C $9,500/best. (847) 
356-5044. 


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Jeeps 



834 


Trucks/Trailers 




CHEVY PICKUP 3/4 ton 
4x4, sell for parts. (414) 
859-2339. 



FOUR CUSTOM BILLET 
WHEELS, Taton-style, 15x8, 
for Ford Truck, never used, 
still In box, $500. (847) 
872-9526. 



RIMS ■ 100 SPOKES, 
chrome and gold McCleans, 
new rims and tires, $650/best. 
Ask for John (847) 602-6195 
pager, (414) 697-4367. 

TRANSMISSION AND EN* 
GINE for 1989 Nissan Sen- 
tra, $600/best. (847) 
625-1530 after 4:30pm, (847) 
271-3281. 



824 


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810 



Classic/Antique Cars 



1964 IMPALA, GOOD en- 
gine, needs Inferior work and 
little body work, $1,500. (414) 
857-2063. 

1965 GTO, FRAME on res- 
toration, PHS documented, 4- 
speed, tri- power, hard-top, not 
number matching, $15,000. 
Not Negotiable. (815) 
6S3-2929. 

ANTIQUE 1948 WILLY'S 
STAKE BODY. 80% raatorad. 
asking $3,900. (847) 
395-2647. 



19B5 DODGE - Extended 
van. Utility vehicle. 79K origi- 
nal miles. Runs great. 
$2,300/best. (847)838-0170 

CHEVY CONVERSION 

VAN '34 $9,950 Call Kleth 
(847)362- 6600 

DIRT BIKE 1999 CR125. 
$4,200. 2-HSC helmets and 1 
pair size 11 boots. (847) 

837-0982 ask for Ron. 

DODGE 1993 CARAVAN, 
$4,995. (847) 587-6473. 



DODGE 1995 CARAVAN 

SE, 48,000 miles, brand new 
tires, 2 sliding doors, air, 
$14,800/best. (647) 
356-5044. 

CMC SAFARI '88 $3,950 
Call KJBth (847)362-6600 

MUST SELL1 CHEVY 1992 
ASTRO EXTENDED with 
Tiara , Conversion, fully .loaded 
with.' CO 'player, ' new- 
brakes/shockfl and exhaust, 
air works, $3,900/negotiable. 
(847) 356-5812 after 4pm. 



1993 FORD BRONCO 
Eddie Bauer Edition, 5.8 L, V- 
8, 83,000 miles. 4x4. Load- 
ed , Includes extras , Excel I ont 
condition, $15,000 or malto 
offer. Call (847) 855-8974 
after 5 pm. ' 

BRONCO II, EDDIE BAU- 
ER, 1987, loaded, $2,500/firm. 
Call (847) 740-0769 or leave 
message. 

CHEROKEE 4X4 1994, 
$8,458. (847) 567-6473. 

CHEVORLET SURBUR- 

BAN '94 $16,990. (847)223- 
8651 . . , 

CHEVY 1995 BLAZER, 
$1 3,9 1 7. (847)587-6473. 

FORD 1992 F-1 60 short- 
box 4WD, black, XLT, full pow- 
er, 351 V8, automatic, Ton- 
neau cover, excellent condi- 
tion, $9,000. (847) 546-6131 
leave message. • . • 

FORD 1993 EXPLORER 

4x4, full power, new 
brakes/tires, sunroof, 10 track 
CD, 510,995/besl. . (647) 
695-7606. 

NISSAN PATHFINDER 
4X4 '95 $12,090 (847)223- 
8651 

SUZUKI 1995 SIDEKICK, 
$6,391.(847)587-6473. 



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FORD 1993 EXPLORER, 4- 
door, 4x4, 4.0L, A/C, power 
windows, power doors, 

S10,500/best. (847) 
473-4516. 

FORD 1995 XLT RANG- 
ER, with cap, white on while, 
V6, 3.2L motor, air, automatic, 
52K miles, 1 -owner, 
$8,000/best. Call Bob (815) 
385-1568. 



CHEVORLET 1500 P/U '92 
S6.990 (847) 223-8651 

CHEVORLET S-10 P/U '98 
$9,990 (847)223-8651 

CHEVY 1987 3/4 TON 2WD 
350, unbelievable buy, au- 
tomatic, excellent condition, 
54,500 with cap and rack. 
(647)662-5202. ' T : 

CHEVY 1994 S-10 PICK- 
UP, $5,638. (847) 587-6473. 



CHEVY 1995 SILVERA- 
DO, extended cab, tow pack- 
eg?, matching fiberglass top- 
per, excellent condition, 
-$15,500/beat. (414) 
862-7227. 

CHEVY 1997 1500 V71, 
tow/off road, 4WD, .Vortec V8, 
extension cab, 3rd. door, 23K 
miles, white, leather, full pow- 
er, auto., CO, tint, lino-X bed, 
Rubbermaid full width box, 
■'"'161a alloy wheels, 285 tires, 
full spare, warranty, $24,500. 
(847) 740-2571 leave mes- 
sage. __ 

DODGE 1985 1-TON 
QUAD-CAB, excellent condi- 
tion, $3,333.33. (414) 
658-3615. 

DODGE 1992 DAKOTA, 
$7,345. (847) 587-6473. 

DODGE 1998 DAKOTA 
SLT SUPER CAB, 4x2, 318 
V8, AT, power steering, power 
brakes, power windows, 
32,000 miles, 4,000 warranty 
remains, bright blue with 
matching deluxe cap,- very 
sharp and quick, $1 ,000 below 
blue book at $17,000. (815) 
675-6734. 

FORD 1986 RANGER EX- 
TENDED^ CAB, comes with 
cap, bedliner, new tires, 
$2.500/best (847) 566-0774. 

FORD 1992 M50 XLT 

4x4, very clean, all extras, 72K 
miles, $9,200/be5l. (847) 
265-6034. 



HONDA - 1980 5X, 7,000 
original miles, great shape, 
asking $900.00. Phone (414) 
308-0717 

HONDA 1997 VFR 750. 
$7,000/best. Must sell. Please 
call (647)543-6606 

MOTORCYCLE 1908 

ZX9R, low miles, excellent 
condlllon, new tires, green 
windshield. Must sell, 
$8.200/best (815) 385-5736 



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Electrical 



ELECTRICIAN 

Licensed, Bonded, Insured. 

•Service Upgrades 

•Renovations 
•New Construction 
Trouble Shooting 
FREE ESTIMATES 
Reasonable Rates. 
Call Mike (647) 223-0923. 




CONTRACTORS 

EQUIPMENT REPAIRS. 

Gas or Diesel, 

Small or Large. 

30yre. Experience. 

Fast Servlco. 
Competitive prices. 

Will pick up. 

All work guaranteed. 

Call Great Lakes Maintenance 

(847)587-1291. 

NEED A CHAUFFEUR? 

Hourly, dally, weekly. Your car 
or mine. Call (815) 459-1504 
8am-5pm. 



Attn: Classified 

Advertisers 

Deadlines for ads 

are 10:00 a.m. 

every Wednesday 

Morning. 



THE HANDYMAN NO job 
too smalt. Painting, carpentry 
and repair work. Reasonable 
rates and . free estimates. 
(847)223-7724. 



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Housekeeping 



FORD F-150'95 $9,990. 
(847)223-8651 

FORD RANGER XLT 1994, 
with contractor cap. Asking 
$4,500/best. (847) 516-9796 

after 5:30pm. 

FORD RANGER PICK up 
'90 $2,950. Call Kleth 
(847)362-6600. 



DEBBIE'S CLEANING 

SERVICE! 
NEW IN TOWN! 

Will do Your Spring Cleaning, 

Move-outs, 

New & Old Construction, 

I7yrs. Experience. 

Reasonable Rates. 

References available. 

(847)973-9913. 

WILL CLEAN PRIVATE 
HOMES, speaks English, ex- 
perienced, have references. 
Wauconda, Mundelein, Bar- 
rington and Lake Zurich. (847) 
526-4033. 



DC TILE WE We Instsall ce- 
ramic, vinyl tile, Parquet, and 
Pergo floors. For free esti- 
mates call (847) 395-0777, 
pager (708) 988-8504. 



JACK'S 

REMODELING 

*Basement Finishing 

•Famlryrooms & Officerooms 

•Electrical & Plumbing 

•Kitchens & Baths 

•Vinyl Replacement Windows 

•Soffit Fasda. 

FREE ESTIMATES 

(847) 546-3759. 



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844 


Motorcycles 



S42 


Landscaping 



1980 KAWASAKI KZ750 
LTD., custom, many extras, 
Sl.SOO/best. Call (847) 975- 

HD FXR REPLICA 1998, 

custom, built from ground up. 
S&S Ness. Must sell, $22,000. 
(414) 878-3182 call after- 
noons. 



S. HERNANDEZ 
LANDSCAPING 

•No Job Too Small 

•Quality Workmanship 

•Mowing 

Tree Trimming 

•Rower Beds 

•Tree Planting. 

•Free Estimates 

•Fulty Insured. . 

Silverio Hernandez 

Round Lake Park. III. 

(847) 546^1617 or 721-4617. 



DRY STORAGE 
O.OOOsq.ft., tecum, 

double dock. 

Central Lake County 

on major highway. 

Bill Schroedar Sr. 

(847) 223-8181. 




SAVE ON 8-1 OFT. plus Ev- 
ergreen trees. Only $59.99. 
Flowering crabs, 15ft., $4939. 
Large savings on all nursery 
stock. Mega Discount Nursery 
(414) S71-6565. 




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Antioch Golf Club 
Antioch, IL 

Contact: Steve . (847). 395-3004. 

Bobby's Golf Center & Driving Range 
Gurnec, IL 

Contact: Bobby : . (847)549-6090/6091 

Bonnie Brook Golf Course 
Waukegan, IL 

Gomdtim (847)360-4730 

Greenshire Golf Course 
Beach Park, IL 

Contact: Daw (847)360-4777 

Heather Ridge Golf Course 
Gumee, IL 

Contact: Tim . . (847) 395-6010 

Nippersink Country Club 
Genoa, Wi 

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